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WUBL Atlanta near Druid Hills Road in North Druid Hills, with several other stations, and operates from studios located at the Peachtree Palisades building in the Brookwood Hills district of Atlanta.

History

WUBL signed on in 1962 as WAVO-FM as a beautiful music outlet. In 1972, it changed call signs to WPCH and shifted to easy listening. The station would be known as "Peach 95", and then "Peach 94.9." In 2002, WPCH relaunched as WLTM ("94.9 Lite FM"). WLTM flipped to its current country format at Noon on December 18, 2006, interrupting the station's annual Christmas music run.

Current

Along with National Weather Service. All other radio and television stations and cable TV systems in metro Atlanta must monitor these two stations at all times with their EAS equipment. Alerts are then relayed across the state by other stations.

Current personalities include: Kristen Gates (morning show co-host), Jason Pullman (morning show co-host), Art "Mad Man" Mehring (traffic), Madison Reeves (mid-days), Lance Houston (afternoons), Angie Ward (nights), Rob Carter (weekends), Tripp West (weekends), and After Midnight with Blair Garner.

In 2011, the station changed its Dallas), both transmitting IBN programming. WGST AM 640 was carried on WUBL's HD3 channel, as well as on W222AF FM 92.3, which is also owned by Immanuel and formerly rebroadcast WCCV. However, W222AF was assigned directly to retransmit WGST, not WUBL.

In October

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