WRGC is the GPB affiliate radio station for the Milledgeville area, broadcasting on 88.3 FM.   A service of Georgia College, WRGC is the area’s source for NPR News, great classical and jazz music, thought-provoking conversation, and local news and culture.


WRGC serves the Milledgeville area by broadcasting news, information, classical music, jazz and other musical styles, intelligent entertainment, and unique local content. We benefit the public in several ways:

  • WRGC is a voice for balanced news and analysis from NPR, GPB and other sources.
  • WRGC provides an alternative to the polarizing or sensational approach of commercial media.
  • WRGC enhances our region’s cultural life with music and other creative entertainment beyond that available on commercial radio.

Service Area and Audience

WRGC serves a population of about 60,000 people in Baldwin, Putnam and parts of Hancock, Jones and Wilkinson Counties.  In addition to our on-air signal, WRGC is simulcast on Milledgeville’s governmental/educational access channel, MBC TV4 on Charter Communications.


WRGC serves our community by broadcasting NPR news, GPB news, information, classical music, jazz, variety programs, and unique local content.

Organizational Structure

WRGC is licensed to and operated by Georgia College.  The station is part of the office of University Communications, which also includes the university’s television and video operations.  WRGC employs one full-time staff member, 2 – 3 student staff members, and appreciates the help of several volunteers.

Community Involvement

WRGC aims to be at the heart of the Milledgeville area’s cultural life. We proudly support local cultural organizations and have enjoyed partnerships with groups including the Oconee Regional Symphony Orchestra, Georgia’s Old Capital Museum Society, the Twin Lakes Library System and others. 

Public Inspection File

View information related to WRGC’s license to serve the Milledgeville-Baldwin County community on the Federal Communication Commission’s website.