The Super Stations to be new radio affiliate for UGA Athletics

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Shanks Broadcasting has announced The Super Stations will be the new radio affiliate in Macon and Warner Robins for UGA Athletics.

UGA football, men’s basketball and baseball will now broadcast on The Super Stations. That includes 93.1 FM in Macon and Warner Robins, 105.9 FM in Warner Robins, 98.3 in South Central Georgia and 1150 AM in Fort Valley.

The Super Stations will also air pre and post game programming.

You can listen to the station online at The Super Stations.com.

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