Radio Station Information

Hot Talk 99.5

WRNN 99.5 FM

City of License:
Socastee, SC


Myrtle Beach, SC

Web site:

Dick Broadcasting (Dick Broadcasting Company, Inc. Of Tennessee)

WRNN is an FM radio station broadcasting at 99.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Socastee, SC and is part of the Myrtle Beach, SC radio market. The station broadcasts News/Talk programming and goes by the name "Hot Talk 99.5" on the air. WRNN is owned by Dick Broadcasting.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Morning show: WRNN 99.5 FM October 2011 Thank you for firing the one pompous guy, now please fire the other one and I may begin listening to you again.
By: Nobody on October 18, 2011

What ever happened to Herman Cain? You promoted him a long time on the Boortz show
By: Forrest Martin on February 4, 2013

Dave: Our Friend Robert Rabon Needs Our Help. Robert as You Know He was on HC Council, CCU Trustee, Chairman HC Republican Party And Etc. He Had ByPass Heart Sugery And Needs A Kidney Transplant. Please Call Robert At 843-222-7268 And Get Details. Please Ask For A Donor On Your Show ( Now On Kidney Machine ). This Would Be A Much Needed Public Service To A Great Leader Of Our Community. PS: He Also Lead The Campaign For The 1cent Sales For Education For HC. Thanks In Advance For Your Help,
By: Donald W Helms on June 6, 2018

Dave Priest: Dave thanks again for having us on your morning talk program talking about the referendum vote on Tuesday the 16th. Since then there has been a mass mailing by a man who lists himself as the Chairman of the "Friends of the Murrells Inlet/Garden City Fire District", an organization that actually doesn't function. It was a group of supporters of the referendum in 2014 that used this name. This letter has gone throughout the District and is pushing a No vote for the millage increase. His letter is ripe with untruths and half-truths. I have written a response to this letter and would like to share it with you. Just FYI Thanks, Dave Pat Walsh, Member of the Board of Directors MIGC FD IMPORTANT IMPORTANT IMPORTANT There is currently a letter being mailed under the heading “Friends of the Murrells Inlet Garden City Fire District” urging citizens to vote no in Tuesday’s Referendum Election that would deprive the Department of a much-needed millage increase. That name is not an actual organization but rather a name representing the efforts to support the referendum in 2014. This person is certainly not acting as a friend of the Board Members who voted for this increase and certainly not a friend of the firefighters and citizens who rely on this increase for timely and professional service from the Murrells Inlet/Garden City Fire/Rescue. The increase in taxes as the result of a yes vote is approximately $25-$35 per year on an owner-occupied home assessed at $200,000. His letter contains untruths and half-truths about items that occurred under the previous Chair and members of the Board from 2014 through 2017 and has ignored any and all efforts of the current Board to contact the legislative delegation with the answers to their questions. First of all, the current Board has responded to the Legislative Delegation. Gathering all of the answers they want is taking time and effort before replying with the details. It is worthy to note that 4 members of the six who were on the Board during those years, including the Chairman and the Treasurer, have either resigned or retired from the Board in the last year. It is their decisions he is talking about. Has he asked them? The current Board is trying to ensure that the Department has the resources it needs to continue to meet the increasing demands of our community and correct any past mistakes. Second, there is no $ multi-million surplus. Any excess shown on Dec. 31st is money collected for next year’s expenses sent to us in Oct., Nov., and Dec. each year when citizens pay their property taxes after receiving their bills in October. It appears to us that he is misinterpreting the language of the audits. We have tried to explain this but no one is willing to listen. He is and has been welcome at any of our Board meetings and free to ask his questions there, something he has so far elected not to do! His letter runs the risk of being the cause of serious and possibly life-threatening cutbacks in the Fire/EMS Service provided to you the citizens of the Murrells Inlet/Garden City Fire District. To send such a letter to you, our faithful citizens, just before the election and without asking his questions of the right people is nothing short of irresponsibility and outright disregard for the current members of the Board and the needs of our response district. Please get out and vote on Tuesday, July 16 in favor of this referendum and your Fire/Rescue Department. We need your help and humbly ask for it at this time! Pat Walsh, Member of the Board
By: Pat Walsh on July 14, 2019

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