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105.3 FM Savannah

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IWRHQ studios and offices


Brady McGraw, mornings

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Jerry Rogers, PM drive


Lyndy Brannen, midday

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Renee Kennedy, nights

History (Edited from Wikipedia)

WRHQ , Quality Rock 105.3,  is a commercial FM station licensed to Richmond Hill, Georgia and serving the Savannah metropolitan area. It is owned by Thoroughbred Communications and airs an adult album alternative radio format. WRHQ's studios are located in Midtown Savannah south of Daffin Park, and its transmitter site is southwest of historic downtown.

WRHQ is the only station in the Savannah radio market that is locally owned and operated. WRHQ General Manager Jerry Rogers, a Savannah radio veteran for more than 50 years, owns the station. 



After WLOW-FM (now WRWN) moved to 107.9 from 105.5, a vacant allotment was created at 105.3 MHz for Richmond Hill, a suburban community about 15 miles southwest of Savannah. On May 13, 1991, WRHQ signed on the air with 3,000 watts, put on the air by current owner Thoroughbred Broadcasting.

In the late 1990s, WRHQ's power was boosted to its current 11,000 watts. WRHQ has remained an adult album alternative/Rock AC hybrid for more than a quarter century. With market veterans Jerry Rogers, Lindy Brannen, and Brady McGraw, the station can boast of an airstaff that has over 100 years of combined experience.

The station promotes itself as a different type of radio station, with over 4,000 songs in its library, no repeats between 6am and midnight, no contests and gimmicks, and no music talk-overs. The station’s “Second Sunday” show exclusively features Savannah artist.

Current On-Air Staff

5:30am-10am - Brady McGraw

10am-3pm - Lyndy Brannen

3pm-7pm - Jerry Rogers

7pm-12am - Renee Kennedy

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