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WSVH
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City of license Savannah, Georgia
Broadcast area Savannah/Brunswick, Georgia
Slogan "Georgia Public Broadcasting for the Coast"
Frequency 91.1(MHz)
Translator(s) WWIO-FM, W258AT
First air date 1981 April 20
Format Public radio
ERP 96,000 watts
HAAT 431 m (1,414 ft)
Class C0
Callsign meaning SaVannaH
Owner Georgia Public Broadcasting
(Georgia Public Telecommunications Commission)

WSVH (91.1 FM) is a 100,000 watt radio station broadcasting from Savannah, Georgia. The station's signal is simulcast by WWIO-FM 88.9 in Brunswick, Georgia, and since 2007 on low-powered broadcast translator W258AT FM 99.5 in St. Marys, Georgia. Together, the three stations serve the entire Georgia coastline. Their signals can be heard from Beaufort, South Carolina to Fernandina Beach, Florida. The station is an affiliate of the Georgia Public Broadcasting radio network. The station is one of two member stations of the GPB Radio network to have local announcers and underwriting during the day. WSVH produces three programs for the GPB network: Celtic program "The Green Island Radio Show" with Harry O'Donoghue, folk show "Music Americana" with Dick Wallace, and the overnight classical block "Coastal Nocturne."

The station began broadcasting on April 20, 1981, the first song being played on the station at 6 am was Aaron Copland's "Fanfare for the Common Man". The station was independently run until 1988 when it joined the state-wide public radio network called "Peach State Public Radio". In the early 1990s, programming was greatly improved with the addition of WWIO in extreme southeast Georgia and an overnight classical music format. In 1997, the station moved its studio from downtown to the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography on Skidaway Island just south of Savannah.

The station plays mostly European classical music, jazz and news from National Public Radio. This programming is in contrast to SCETV-owned WJWJ-FM 89.9, a Beaufort, South Carolina-based NPR station that is primarily news and talk formatted.

The trailer on the Skidaway Marine Science Campus, Skidaway Island, Georgia, USA, from which WSVH broadcasts.

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