Radio Station Information

WNOA 103.9 FM

City of License:
Marquette, MI

Marquette, MI

Claves Regni Ministries, Inc. Dba Northern Apostle Radio

WNOA is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 103.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Marquette, MI and is part of that radio market.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Hey WNOA, My name is John-Henry Kibit. I wrote my first Hip-Hop song called "Open Our Eyes"... and I think everyone listening to your station should hear it. I hitch-hiked from Marquette, Michigan to Los Angeles, California in regards to making my dream come true of producing a song for a radio station for when I came back to Michigan. I would like to ask permission if someone who is employed at your radio station can listen to my song and decide whether or not it is appropriate for the radio station. There is no profanity, and I would like to hear back from you guys. When you have time in your day, it would be most appreciated if you guys can email me back at --> I am found on YouTube as John-Henry Kibit. Here is this link to my first Hip-Hop song" Open Our Eyes" Thank you for your time. -Young Kib
By: YOUNG KIB on May 28, 2017
By: John-Henry Kibit on May 28, 2017

Hi there! I’m contacting you on behalf of the Cedar Tree Institute of the Northern Great Lakes Water stewards. This non profit is a faith-based initiative to establish a collaborative partnership to monitor, protect, and sanctify the lakes and rivers of our Upper Peninsula. We have created multiple PSA to bring awareness of our precious water and what we can do to keep it clean. Our goal is to produce multiple PSA on the radio. I was wondering if there is a possibility that we could air our 15-20 second announcements on your station? I look forward to hearing back from you! Sincerely, Jordan Mattarella 231-709-3001
By: Jordan Mattarella on June 13, 2017

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