WGGO-FM 95.5 
Silver Springs

Original Call Letters: WGGO

Originally Licensed: Feb 1,1991

Original City of License: Silver Springs

Original Frequency: 95.5

Origin of Call Letters: Slogan: WGGO 95.5

Original Power: 3,000 watts

Original Location: 3343 E. Silver Springs Blvd, Ocala

Original Format: Oldies

Network Affiliation(s):


1991-Stoher Communications Corp.
1994-Allison Broadcasting Group ($850,000)
1995-Hurricane Broadcasting Corporation ($1 million)
1997-Ocala Broadcasting Corp.
1998-Dix Communications, Inc. (Co-owned with WOGK-FM 93.7)

History Of Call Letters and Formats:

WWGO-1991-Oldies  ABC Radio Networks' Pure Gold format "Go 95 FM"
WGGO-1992-Oldies  "Go 95 FM"
WWGO-1993-Oldies  "Go 95 FM"
WLVX-1994-Progressive Rock   "Live 95"
WNDD-1995-AOR/Rock  "Wind 95.5"
WNDD-1997-AOR/Rock "Double Rock-Wind FM" 
WNDD-1998-Classic Rock   "Wind FM"
WNDD-1999-Classic Hits  "Wind FM" (WNDN-FM 107.9 began simulcasting WNDD creating a three station  simulcast covering Marion, Alachua, Levy and Gilchrist Counties.
WNDD-2000-Classic Rock    "Wind FM" 

Names in WGGO History

Robert Stoher-1991-President/General Manager-Stoher Broadcasting, Corp.

Betty Stoehr-1991-Executive Vice President/Station Manager-Stoher Broadcasting, Corp.

Don Connelly-1991-Vice President of Operations/Operations Manager/Chief Engineer-Stoher Broadcasting, Corp.

Duke Roberts-1991-Vice President of Programming-Stoher Broadcasting, Corp.
Steve Mack-1991-News Director-Stoher Broadcasting, Corp.

Jim Zippo-1991-Stoher Broadcasting, Corp.  1991


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