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WMGM
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City of license Atlantic City, New Jersey
Branding The Shark 103.7
Frequency 103.7 (MHz)
Format Classic rock
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 106 meters
Class B
Facility ID 61100
Callsign meaning Metro Goldwyn Mayer
(after sister station WMGM-TV)
Owner Atlantic Broadcasting Group
(Atlantic Broadcasting of Linwood Nj Limited Liability Co.)
Sister stations WOND-AM
WTAA-AM
WTKU-FM
WJSE-FM
Webcast Listen Live
Website www.1037theshark.com

WMGM (The Shark 103.7), is a classic rock radio station based in Atlantic City, New Jersey. WMGM-FM serves most of southern New Jersey from Toms River to Cape May. The station carries Eagles football games from Philadelphia's WYSP.

Air Talent

  • Sean Patrick
  • Barbara Larue
  • John Lockwood
  • Scott Stevens
  • Chuck Williams

History

103.7 first signed on June 14, 1961 as WOSJ, later as WMGM. The 1960s featured an automated Top 40 format.

The 1970s and 1980s featured a rock format as "Rock 104."

In the late 1980s, WMGM became CHR as "Hot 103.7."

In August 1991, WMGM became "Sunny 103.7," with an adult contemporary format, which evolved into a 70's format by 1995, with "Classic Hits 103.7" being used by February 1997.

In February 2000, WMGM became "103.7 The Shark" with a classic rock format.

Both Barb Larue and Sean Patrick have been in the market for 10+ years on several rock stations.

March 2010, Sean Patrick moved to mornings and weekender John Lockwood took over afternoon drive.

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