Basic Radio Station Information
WWTN 99.7 FM
City of License:
Cumulus Media (Cumulus Licensing LLC)
WWTN is an FM radio station broadcasting at 99.7 MHz. The station is licensed to Hendersonville, TN and is part of the Nashville, TN radio market. The station airs talk programming and goes by the name "Super Talk WTN 99.7" on the air. WWTN is owned by Cumulus Media.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Nashville, TN
Listener Comments and Reviews
What a pleasent surprise I got when I awoke at 12 midnight to hear Michael Savage's theme muaic!! Don't get me wrong,
Mike Huchabee is doggone cute with his dimpled, Southern Baptist, gosh-shucks approach to the political scene but we NEED Michael Savage!! We NEED hard truth, expressed with wit and intelligence. PLEASE Put him in the Huckabee rebroadcast time slot. I listen to WTN from 7:00 PM 'til 5:00 AM. I am retired and am in bed @ 7:00 every evening. I go to sleep to Phil Valentine (great show!) and am awake, off and on all night. When I hear something interesting, I stay awake to listen. I've worn headsets while sleeping for 55 years and am a huge WTN nighttime fan. Keep the truth coming and thanks!
By: Ray Swadley on January 3, 2013
Mr. Bristol, If the NAACP and so many others in this nation are so offended at the display of the CSA flag, why are so many of those offended members of the political party responsible for the creation of that flag and the circumstances that resulted in that war? The conservatives are not the problem the ignorance of history is.
By: P. J. on June 22, 2015
Why want anyone pull up Mexico's law on immigration and publicly put it out where all Americans can see just how foolish we are in protecting our sovergn nation. America is abusing its own people. How shameful that we would be so politically correct that we do not honor our country as others honor theirs.
By: Judy on May 12, 2016
Do these radio talk people have a call in show. I would love to give them the real facts about the propagander they are spreading
By: deborah wiggins on October 7, 2016
I am recently relocated to Clarksville (a retired 'camp follower' down here from Seattle with family-deployment, etc) and I listen to WTN on a daily basis. At the age of 65 I have many many years of talk radio listening experience even having had a small show of my own in Seattle decades ago. I am writing to let you know two things, really. ONE: I Love the programming in terms of the on air talent-truly one of the finest line ups I've heard (with the possible exception of the mid day program-definitely your weakest link)
TWO: Given my praise of the programming I MUST add that the amount of commercials on your air is nearly stifling on many occasions! I've gotten to the point where, if I am listening briefly to another station-typically sports- and I am thinking about switching back to WTN I will make a small 'bet' with myself concerning whether there will be talk or there will be sales! Sales seems to be winning substantially! I know and appreciate that you are in business to make money which keeps you on the air, however, this problem seems to be 'worsening.'
I truly do enjoy your station I just wonder sometimes if anyone associated with its operation ever actually sits and just listens to programming day after day as your loyal listeners are asked to do? Thank you, respectfully, David Hulbert
By: Judge David Hulbert ret. on November 8, 2016
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