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Subject: Kalamazoo, Michigan, Coldwater, Michigan, WBXX (FM), Midwest Communications, WTVB, WVFM, WQLR, List of radio stations in Michigan, WZOX, WNWN (AM)
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City of license Coldwater, Michigan
Broadcast area Battle Creek, Michigan
Branding Win 98-5
Slogan Your Country
Frequency 98.5 MHz
First air date November 11, 1950
Format Country
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 143 meters
Class B
Facility ID 67764
Callsign meaning WiN 98.5
Former callsigns WNWN (12/21/1977-10/1/1995)
WANG (1/1964-12/21/1977)
WTVB-FM (11/11/1950-1/1964)
Owner Midwest Radio Group
Webcast Listen Live

WNWN-FM (98.5 FM, "Win 98-5") is a radio station broadcasting a country music format. Licensed to Coldwater, Michigan with studios in Battle Creek, it first began broadcasting in 1950 under the WTVB-FM call sign at 98.3 on the FM dial and spent most of its early existence as a simulcast of sister station WTVB before changing to its current calls, format, and frequency.

Win 98-5 is consistently one of the top-rated radio stations in the Battle Creek market.

WNWN-FM programming was formerly heard on translator 95.5 W238AL in Portage, allowing the station's programming to penetrate the Kalamazoo market. The translator now simulcasts WNWN-AM 1560's urban AC format.


  • - WNWN-FM History

External links

  • Official station website
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WNWN
  • Radio-Locator information on WNWN
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WNWN

Coordinates: 42°03′29″N 84°59′49″W / 42.058°N 84.997°W / 42.058; -84.997

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