WLGI, known as "Radio Baháʼí", is licensed to Hemingway, South Carolina, and broadcasts at 90.9 FM. The station broadcasts a variety of programming, both religious and secular. The station is licensed by the FCC for noncommercial Class C1 operation and is operated by the Louis G. Gregory Baháʼí Institute,[1] named after Hand of the Cause Louis George Gregory, a prominent African-American Baháʼí. It serves the Horry, Georgetown, Williamsburg, Florence and Marion counties, in South Carolina, and are the areas for which the provides announcements, partners with local organizations and agencies, and supports with remote broadcasts

WLGI
Broadcast areaMyrtle Beach
Frequency90.9 MHz
Branding90.9 FM WLGI
Programming
FormatVariety
Ownership
OwnerNational Spiritual Assembly of the Bahai' s of the United States
History
Former call signs
WBHA (1983-1983)
Call sign meaning
Louis Gregory Institute
Technical information
Facility ID38505
ClassC1
ERP50,000 watts
HAAT154.0 meters
Transmitter coordinates
33°43′9.00″N 79°19′50.00″W / 33.7191667°N 79.3305556°W / 33.7191667; -79.3305556
Links
Websitehttp://radiobahai.us

See Baháʼí Faith in South Carolina.

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