The following broadcast stations
in metro Atlanta
all have radio antennas
on the named building or tower, or within 100 meters or 330 feet of the summit
of the mountain
, and are listed with callsign
, community of license
, and licensee
Sweat Mountain is a small antenna farm
, located on the highest point in the core metro Atlanta not protected as a park.
There are also long-standing applications (potentially moot) for broadcast translators by Calvary Chapel on 94.5 and 103.7 to serve Woodstock. Another application for a translator on 102.1 by Community Public Radio to serve "Sweat Mountain" (which is not a recognized community) is also listed by the FCC.
- WATC TV 57 (DTV 41 permit on-air), Atlanta, Community Television, Inc.
- WSKC-CA 22, Atlanta, KM Communications (currently simulcasting WATC)
- W49DE (originally W55BM), Marietta, Trinity Broadcasting Network (broadcasting JCTV )
- WDWW-LD 7 (DTV permit for WDWW-LP analog 28 in Cleveland, Georgia), Atlanta, Richard C. & Lisa A. Goetz of Hendersonville, North Carolina
Located east of Atlanta in Stone Mountain, Georgia
, it is owned by the state as part of the privately-run Stone Mountain Park
The U.S. government
and government of Georgia
both maintain non-broadcast facilities for internal communications.
Located nearest Waleska, Georgia
- WPXA TV 14 & DTV 51
- W214AS 90.7, Calvary Chapel
- original location and still the allotment center for WCHK-FM 105.5 Canton, now WWVA-FM 105.7 Canton
Located near Cumming, Georgia
The tallest in Atlanta when it was built, it has always held multiple stations.
- original main transmitter for what is now WUPA TV 69, until lack of space for its digital TV forced it to move
- original and current main transmitter and allotment for WZGC FM 92.9
- original location and still the allotment for WSTR FM 94.1
- current location for WNNX FM 100.5, originally WWWQ at Turner tower
- WTHC-LP 42 digital
- WTBS-LP current but leaving
- XM Satellite Radio repeater
Replaced the Westin as Atlanta's tallest, and holds LPTV
stations and amateur radio repeaters
- WDTA-LP 50 analog permit, 47 digital application
Located in Dunwoody
(on the border with Sandy Springs
), atop 1050 Crown Pointe
, a mid-rise office building
Located adjacent to the Downtown Connector
, owned by Turner Broadcasting
. City block
is bounded by Spring Street on its west, West Peachtree Street
on the east, 10th Street on the south, and former 11th Street (now part of the Turner campus) on the north. It appears this will have no full-time tenants after DTV analog shutdown
- WPCH-TV 17 (DTV 20 is at North Druid Hills), owned by Turner
- current WNNX FM 100.5 backup at 5kW
- former WRMM/WARM/WAPW/WNNX FM 99.7 main, now WWWQ FM 99.7 backup (62kW) and allotment
These are actually two guyed towers immediately west-northwest of where Clifton Road ends at Briarcliff Road
, near Emory University
and the Centers for Disease Control
One tower also has an XM Satellite Radio repeater.
Bounded by Interstate 575
on the west, old Georgia 5
on the east, and Rabbit Hill Road on the south.
- former WGST/WMXV 105.7 Canton, after Bear Mountain and before Sweat Mountain