Savannah’s G100 Named Station of the Year

Alpha Media, Savannah-Hilton Head is proud to announce G100 (WXYY) was named “Station of the Year” for Division Radio A/Large market by the Georgia Association of Broadcasters on Saturday, August 5th at Jekyll Island.

In addition to “Station of the Year,” G100’s Mark “Shark” Ediss took home Georgia’s “Best On-Air Personality.” In the same category, BOB 106.9 (WUBB) Morning Co-hosts, Tim Leary, Karen “Red” Daiss and Claire Beverly, were recognized with Merit Awards. Rock 106.1 (WFXH) personality, Ryan Koch won a Merit Award for “Best Locally Produced Program Non-News Non-Sports” for his work on Underexposed, a local new music program.

Alpha Media, Savannah-Hilton Head VP/Market Manager, Gigi South commented on the announcement, “G100 just celebrated its first birthday in July! Winning ‘Station of the Year’ is a major accomplishment for Mia Amini, G100 Program Director and for Shark, who won ‘Best Personality’. The state of Georgia has lots of super radio talent. This is a huge honor and we are so grateful for our listeners, staff and company who gives us the tools and celebrates our passion to win! A job well done team!”

Alpha Media, Savannah-Hilton Head Operations Manager, Gabe Reynolds added, “Our team kills it! Mia, Shark, Ryan and the Morning Showgram deliver each and every day. So proud of our team in Savannah and Hilton Head.”

“In one year, we have made groundbreaking history in launching G100 Savannah’s Throwback station. Listeners call, text, find us on Social Media, stop us in person just to share their love for the Throwback music. From Hurricane Matthew coverage, to collecting toys for police officer’s families, to helping kids get fit and perform in school; everything we do is intended to give Savannah the best on-air product and listener experiences,” remarked Amini.

The Georgia Association of Broadcasters (GAB) is the trade association that represents the interests of Georgia’s over-the-air radio and television licensees who reach more than 95% of Georgia’s population every week. Their membership is comprised of more than 500 radio and television broadcasters. GAB provides technical, regulatory, and advocacy support to their members as well as offering continuing professional enrichment opportunities designed to keep Georgia broadcasters at the forefront of the industry. For more information refer to