Atlanta Braves Radio Network

The Atlanta Braves Radio Network is a 138-station network (97 A.M., 41 F.M. stations + 1 F.M. translator) heard across 10 states & one territory of the Southeastern United States that airs Major League Baseball games of the Atlanta Braves. The flagship stations are WCNN and WYAY in Atlanta, Georgia. The main announcers are Jim Powell and Don Sutton, who alternate between play-by-play and color commentary on each broadcast.[1] Ben Ingram is the pregame and postgame host and occasionally fills in on play-by-play, while Kevin McAlpin serves as a dugout reporter. Mark Lemke provides pregame/postgame analysis and occasionally fills in for Sutton on game broadcasts. Former known long-time announcers include Pete Van Wieren, Ernie Johnson, Sr. and Skip Caray, all deceased. The engineer and game producer for Braves Network broadcasts is Jonathan Chadwick. Network Producers and Operators include Chris Culwell, Sean Nerny, Kevin D'Amico, Brian Hoyt, Brandon Joseph, John Radcliffe and Isiah Stewart.

Due to the large geographic span of the Braves' territory, their radio network has the most affiliates of any team in Major League Baseball.[2] The nearest teams to the north of Atlanta are the Cincinnati Reds, Washington Nationals and the Baltimore Orioles. The nearest teams to the west are the St. Louis Cardinals, Houston Astros and Texas Rangers, while the nearest teams to the south are the Tampa Bay Rays and Miami Marlins.

Flagships

CallsignFrequencyLocation
WCNN680 AMNorth Atlanta, Georgia
WYAY106.7 FMGainesville, Georgia[2]

Affiliates

Alabama

CallsignFrequencyLocation
WAUD1230 AMAuburn
WKNU106.3 FMBrewton
WDXW1480 AMBridgeport
WEIS990 AMCentre
WKUL92.1 FMCullman
WHEP1310 AMFoley
W223AX92.5 FM
WTWX-FM95.9 FMGuntersville
WUMP730 AMMadison/Huntsville
W280BA103.9 FMMadison
WMSP740 AMMontgomery
WNZZ950 AM
WVOK1580 AMOxford/Anniston
WYTK93.9 FMRogersville/Florence
WWIC1050 AMScottsboro
WJDB-FM95.5 FMThomasville

Florida

CallsignFrequencyLocation
WJSB1050 AMCrestview (Daytime only)
WAAZ-FM104.7 FMFort Walton Beach
WBSR1450 AMPensacola
W266AL101.1 FM

Georgia

CallsignFrequencyLocation
WGPC1450 AMAlbany
WALG1590 AM
WDMG-FM97.9 FMAmbrose
WISK1390 AMAmericus (construction permit to move to 990 kHz at Lawrenceville, Georgia)
WISK-FM98.7 FMAmericus
WRFC960 AMAthens
WGAC580 AMAugusta
WRDW1630 AM
WFNS1350 AMBlackshear
WSFN790 AMBrunswick
WJTH900 AMCalhoun
WLBB1330 AMCarrollton
WBTR-FM92.1 FM
WMCD107.3 FMClaxton (Application to move to Sullivan's Island, S.C.)
WRCG1420 AMColumbus
WSRM95.3 FMCoosa (construction permit to move to 93.5 MHz)
WCON1450 AMCornelia
WCON-FM99.3 FM
WBLJ1230 AMDalton
WYYU104.5 FM
WSEM1500 AMDonalsonville (Daytime only)
WGMK106.3 FMDonalsonville
WDMG860 AMDouglas
WMLT1330 AMDublin
WPGY1580 AMEllijay
WLJA-FM101.1 FM
WDUN550 AMGainesville
WGGA1240 AM
WDDK103.9 FMGreensboro
WHIE1320 AMGriffin
WKEU1450 AM
WJUL1230 AMHiawassee
WVCC720 AMHogansville (Daytime only)
WMGP98.1 FMHogansville
WLOP1370 AMJesup
WIFO-FM105.5 FM
WPEH1420 AMLouisville
WPEH-FM92.1 FM
WMAC940 AMMacon
WLXF105.5 FM
WMVG1450 AMMilledgeville
WKZR102.3 FM
WKUN1490 AMMonroe
WMTM1300 AMMoultrie
WYUM101.7 FMMount Vernon
WQEE99.1 FMNewnan
WTIF-FM107.5 FMOmega
WRGA1470 AMRome
WLAQ1410 AMRome (Also Carry Rome Braves Games)
WSNT1490 AMSandersville
WSNT-FM99.9 FM
WWNS1240 AMStatesboro
WJAT800 AMSwainsboro
WZBX106.5 FMSylvania (construction permit to move to Rocky Ford, Georgia)
WTGA-FM101.1 FMThomaston
WPAX1240 AMThomasville
WTIF1340 AMTifton
WVGC96.7 FMTignall
WNEG630 AMToccoa
WGUN950 AMValdosta
WAAC92.9 FM
WVOP970 AMVidalia
WBML1350 AMWarner Robins
WCHZ-FM93.1 FMWarrenton
WJBB1300 AMWinder

Kentucky

CallsignFrequencyLocation
WANO1230 AMPineville
WNTC103.9 FMDrakesboro (repeater of WNSR/Brentwood, TN)

Mississippi

CallsignFrequencyLocation
WHSY950 AMHattiesburg
WSFZ930 AMJackson

North Carolina

CallsignFrequencyLocation
WISE1310 AMAsheville
WTIX1410 AMConcord
WAZZ1490 AMFayetteville
WFSC1050 AMFranklin
WGNC1450 AMGastonia
WLON1050 AMLincolnton
WCVP600 AMMurphy
WCNG102.7 FM
WNOS1400 AMNew Bern
WCVP-FM95.9 FMRobbinsville
WCAB590 AMRutherfordton
WSTP1490 AMSalisbury
WZGV730 AMShelby
WRGC540 AMSylva
WBLO790 AMThomasville

South Carolina

CallsignFrequencyLocation
WPUB-FM102.7 FMCamden
WQSC1340 AMCharleston
W253BW98.5 FM
WCCP-FM104.9 FMClemson (pre-empted for Clemson University sports and some Sunday sports talk)
WPCC1410 AMClinton
WCOS1400 AMColumbia
WSNW1150 AMSeneca (F.C.C. application for move to Walhalla, South Carolina)
WSPG1400 AMSpartanburg
WBCU1460 AMUnion
WALI93.7 FMWalterboro

Tennessee

CallsignFrequencyLocation
WNSR560 AMBrentwood (Nashville)
WCLE-FM104.1 FMCalhoun
WALV-FM105.1 FMChattanooga[3]
WVWB1400 AMClarksville
WCLE1570 AMCleveland
WQMT93.9 FMDecatur
WCDZ95.1 FMDresden
WLIL730 AMLenoir City
WJJM1490 AMLewisburg
WMSR1320 AMManchester
WCMT1410 AMMartin
KWAM990 AMMemphis
WGNS1450 AMMurfreesboro
WLIK1270 AMNewport
WPFT106.3 FMPigeon Forge
WQKR1270 AMPortland

U.S. Virgin Islands

CallsignFrequencyLocation
WVWI1000 AMSt. Thomas

Virginia

CallsignFrequencyLocation
WHEE1370 AMMartinsville (Daytime only)
WMVA1450 AMMartinsville
WRNL910 AMRichmond
WFJX910 AMRoanoke, Virginia

West Virginia

CallsignFrequencyLocation
WVOW1290 AMLogan
WVOW-FM101.9 FM

Former flagships

CallsignFrequencyLocation
WHDH850 AMBoston (1946-1949)
WNAC1260 AMBoston (1950-1952)
WTMJ620 AMMilwaukee (1953-1965)
WSB750 AMAtlanta (1966-2004)
WGST640 AMAtlanta (2005-2009)
WKLS96.1 FMAtlanta (2005-2007)
WUBL94.9 FMAtlanta (2007-2009)
WNNX100.5 FMAtlanta (2009-2013)

See also

References

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