The station was still owned by Calvary Chapel of Twin Falls, when it filed for the permit in April 2010.
This selection, made without conflict in the first-round digital channel election, is due to WDEF-TV in Chattanooga opting to stay digital on channel 12.
WGTV was originally assigned channel 22 for DTV operations, but requested the frequency allotment change to channel 12 by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), also allowing a change to 22 (from 59) by WSKC-CD.
The station is licensed to operate at a frequency of 1600 k Hz.
WAOS is considered a Class D AM broadcast facility by the Federal Communications Commission operating with 20,000 Watts of power during the daytime, and 67 Watts during nighttime both from a non-directional antenna.
In 2010, that station was actually assigned to carry WWWQ FM 99.7 HD-3.
It is located on Sweat Mountain, and for several years previously carried KAWZ FM, a Christian broadcasting station which feeds hundreds of translator stations from Calvary Chapel in Twin Falls, Idaho.and the flagship station of the Atlanta Hawks since 2012. WCNN is now an affiliate of CBS Sports Radio after years of carrying ESPN Radio and Fox Sports Radio programming.On November 30, 2010, WCNN got an FM simulcast on broadcast translator W229AG FM 93.7.WGTV channel 8 is the metro Atlanta station and flagship for Georgia Public Broadcasting (formerly Georgia Public Television), Georgia's Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) state network.The station transmits from the top of Stone Mountain in state-owned Stone Mountain Park, located just east of Atlanta in Stone Mountain, Georgia.It had Sandy Plains and now Atlanta as its community of license.