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Wednesday, May 13, 2015
WAGG was a Country station in Franklin, Tennessee that went on the air in 1953. They were (and continues to be, with call letters WAKM) known for their hyper-local focus on community events, local news, high school sports and the Trade Time Live call-in swap show. A scene from the movie Coal Miner's Daughter was shot at WAGG because the equipment in the control room was authentic to the time period when Loretta Lynn was driving around promoting her singles to radio stations.