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Coordinates: 35°26?34.00?N 79°18?41.00?W / 35.4427778°N 79.3113889°W / 35.4427778; -79.3113889

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CitySanford, North Carolina
BrandingClassic Hits 105.5
SloganThe Best Mix of the '60s, '70s and '80s
Frequency105.5 MHz
First air date1950 (as WWGP-FM)
FormatClassic hits
ERP2,300 watts
HAAT148 meters (486 ft)
Facility ID74180
Transmitter coordinates35°26?34.00?N 79°18?41.00?W / 35.4427778°N 79.3113889°W / 35.4427778; -79.3113889
Call sign meaningWe are Frank James Abbott
Former call signsWWGP-FM (1950-1976)
AffiliationsABC Radio
OwnerSandhills Broadcasting Group
Sister stationsWWGP
WebcastListen Live

WFJA (105.5 FM) is a classic hits formatted radio station licensed to Sanford, North Carolina, US. The station is currently owned by WWGP Broadcasting Corporation.[1][2] According to the Sanford Herald Newspaper of February 6, 2019, WFJA and WWGP have been sold by Susan Feindel to Sandhills Broadcasting Group with principal owner Jon Hockaday as the buyer.


  1. ^ "WFJA Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "WFJA Station Information Profile". Arbitron.

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