, is a silent radio station licensed to Winnsboro, South Carolina
. The plans to sign back on are uncertain at this time.
WQKI-FM signed on in 1990 as the FM of WQKI-AM. The station featured a Urban Contemporary
music format under the "Quikie 93.9" moniker.
In 2003, Miller Communications acquired WQKI-FM and swapped it's calls with WIGL 102.9's and got a construction permit to upgrade their signal to cover parts of Columbia. In that year, Miller flipped 93.9 to Hot AC as Mix 93.9 with Bob & Sheri
in the Morning. Two years later, WIGL flipped to Classic Hits
as Bad Dog 93-9 with Rick & Bubba
in the morning. The station shared the same programing with sister WICI-FM
94.7 in Sumter
On March 30, 2007, after a year that saw little audience growth, WIGL was LMA'ed to Peregon Broadcasting, the operators of WQVA 1170 in Lexington and temporary operator of WHZQ 94.1 in Cross Hill (WHZQ was dropped several weeks after Peregon acquired control of WIGL and is now Adult Hits). Peregon flipped WIGL to Spanish Contemporary as "Radio Ritmo", making it the first Spanish-language FM in the Columbia radio market. In July 2008, WIGL went dark and the Ritmo format was relegated to the 1170AM signal. The LMA with Peregon fell through.