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City Augusta, Georgia
Broadcast area Augusta, Georgia
Branding Hot 95.5/93.1
Slogan Throwback Hip Hop & R&B
Frequency 1480 kHz
Translator(s) 95.5 W238AU (Augusta)
Repeater(s) WCHZ-FM, WHHD-HD2
First air date 1930 (1930)
Last air date February 5, 2015 (2015-02-05)
(date of license cancellation)
Format Defunct (formerly Classic hip hop)
Power 5,000 watts day
5,000 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 537
Transmitter coordinates 33°31′0″N 82°0′36″W / 33.51667°N 82.01000°W / 33.51667; -82.01000
Callsign meaning Where Radio Does Wonders[1]
Former callsigns WRDW (1930–2003)
WTEL (2003)
WGUS (2003–2012)
WCHZ (2012–2015)
Owner Beasley Broadcast Group
(Beasley Media Group, LLC)

WCHZ (1480 AM) was a radio station broadcasting a classic hip hop format, simulcasting WCHZ-FM 93.1 Warranton, GA. Licensed to Augusta, Georgia, United States, the station was owned by Beasley Media Group. The transmitter was located along River Watch Parkway northwest of downtown Augusta.


James Brown owned the station when it was WRDW.[1][2]

On January 21, 2015, WCHZ began simulcasting WHHD-HD2, and WCHZ-FM 95.5 FM, branded as "Hot 95.5/93.1" with a classic hip-hop format.[3]

The station's program director was Jay "Baby J" Jones and could be heard weekday afternoons during "Traffic Jammin' with Baby J".

Beasley Media surrendered WCHZ's license to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on February 5, 2015; the FCC cancelled the license the same day.


  1. ^ a b "James Brown On Failed Marriage, Role Of Sex, Parents, New Turn In Career". Jet. August 9, 1982. p. 56. Retrieved April 16, 2015.
  2. ^ "Vox Jox". Billboard. 107 (38): 118. September 9, 1995.
  3. ^ Classic Hip Hop Comes to Augusta

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