|Broadcast area||Gadsden, Alabama|
|Frequency||93.1 MHz (HD Radio)|
|Branding||Classic Hits Z93.1|
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Former call signs
|HAAT||189 meters (620 ft)|
WGMZ (93.1 FM) is a radio station licensed to Glencoe, Alabama, United States. WGMZ serves the Gadsden, Alabama and Anniston, Alabama metropolitan areas. The station is owned by San Antonio-based iHeartMedia and licensed to iHM Licenses, LLC. It broadcasts a classic hits music format.
The station was assigned the WGMZ call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on June 15, 1993. Prior to that, the call letters were used in the Flint, Michigan market on several stations, notably on what is now WCRZ-FM from 1961 to 1984.
WGMZ dropped Top 40 for the Target Radio Satellite Networks adult alternative format "theLYTE".
In 2006, WGMZ (Z-93.1) hired morning popular talents Rick Sisk and Dennis Deason and shifted Wild Bill Seckbach from AM to PM drive. WGMZ's primary coverage area includes Etowah and Calhoun counties (Gadsden/Anniston, AL)