Macon Hometown Stations

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An early career photo of Macon personality Kenny Burgamy in the studio of  WFNE licensed to Smarr/Forsyth. A Macon area praise and worship station.
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WDEN 105.3's Danny Tallent (1981)
Note: In December 2000, WDEN moved the Country format and call letters to 99.1.
The old WDEN changed call letters and frequency, moving to 105.5. The station is now Christian formatted WLXF. 
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Helen Popejoy at WRBL, Columbus. She moved to Columbus but returned later to Macon to work at WMAZ. She was the first to report on the air that Macon would be getting a TV station in 1953.

(Courtesy of Kenny Burgamy)

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