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WEEG (90.7 FM) was a radio station serving the eastern Long Island area from May 2010 until October 2011. It broadcast on FM frequency 90.7 MHz and was under ownership of the Hamptons Community Radio Corporation. This station was operated under a construction permit with program test authority as their radio station facility was built.

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  • WEEG (90.7 FM) was a radio station serving the eastern Long Island area from May 2010 until October 2011. It broadcast on FM frequency 90.7 MHz and was under ownership of the Hamptons Community Radio Corporation. This station was operated under a construction permit with program test authority as their radio station facility was built.
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  • WEEG (90.7 FM) was a radio station serving the eastern Long Island area from May 2010 until October 2011. It broadcast on FM frequency 90.7 MHz and was under ownership of the Hamptons Community Radio Corporation. This station was operated under a construction permit with program test authority as their radio station facility was built. Hamptons Community Radio Corporation had a license to simulcast from Westhampton, New York (89.1 FM) with the assigned call sign WEEW. They also had a license to operate on 90.7 FM in East Hampton however it did not have a tower and was required to get tower access by October 2011 or lose the license for the frequency. It ceased operations at 8 a.m. on October 1, 2011. To operate on the 90.7 frequency it would have shared it with WEGB. The shared time agreement called for WEEG to take about 9 hours every weekday and all of Saturday while WEGB got most of the weekdays plus all of Sunday. Both these stations operated with a directional pattern to protect New York City's WFUV, also operating on 90.7 MHz.
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