WDSA 1320 AM, branded as “1320 Gold,” is a radio station airing an Urban Talk radio programming. WDSA has the license to cover the city of Dothan, Alabama, United States. Its broadcasting area is Wiregrass Region. Wilson Broadcasting Co., Inc presently owns the service. The FCC reassigned the WAGF call sign to the station on January 1, 1985.
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Programming & Hosts of WDSA 1320 AM – 1320 Gold:
WDSA carries CNN Radio programming as an affiliate. Famous on-air hosts include Bev Smith, “gorgeous queen of nighttime talk,” and Dr. Michael Eric Dyson (the Rev. Al Sharpton) the sports duo 2 Live Stews.
Formerly signed on as WHET in 1933, the service was known as “Voice of the Tri-States.” Frank Johnson bought the station in 1980. He could not run the service successfully, and the channel went dark. Many years later, Wilson Broadcasting revived it. With the approval of the FCC, the channel switched its call sign from WAGF to WDSA on 3/1/2018. WAGF-FM and WJJN are its sister station. W230CY (93.9 MHz) is its translator in Dothan. The former call signs of the stations were:
Licensed as class D, WDSA has the facility ID 30278. It operates with a varied ERP 1000 Watts during the daylight hours and 92 Watts at nighttime. It transmits analog signals with a non-directional two pattern antenna. At day time, the radio station’s predicted listening range is 20 miles in local areas and 40 miles in remote areas whereas, this range decreases to 5 miles n the local areas and 20 miles in the distant areas during the night hours. Its transmitting coordinates are 31.248508, -85.388822.
Station Address: 808 N. Oates St. Dothan, AL 36303a