WETR

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For the Kernersville, North Carolina radio station that held the call sign WETR from December 1995 to August 1997, see WTRU.
WETR
City of license Knoxville, Tennessee
Broadcast area Knoxville and Vicinity
Branding Talk Radio 760
Slogan "Life changing talk radio"
Frequency 760 kHz
Format Talk radio
Power 2400 Watts day
Class D
Facility ID 65205
Transmitter coordinates 35°59′18″N 83°50′35″W / 35.98833°N 83.84306°W / 35.98833; -83.84306Coordinates: 35°59′18″N 83°50′35″W / 35.98833°N 83.84306°W / 35.98833; -83.84306
Former callsigns WMEN
Owner Thomas Moffit Jr.
Sister stations WRJZ, WYLV, WDLF, WKTS
Website http://www.talkradio760.com

WETR (Talk Radio 760) is a daytime-only talk radio station in Knoxville, TN that broadcasts on 760 AM. It is owned by Thomas Moffit Jr.

Because it shares the same frequency with WJR in Detroit, Michigan, WETR operates during the daytime hours only.

Programming[edit]

WETR airs "Life changing talk radio" that includes Bill Bennett, Dr. Laura, Dave Ramsey, and Hugh Hewitt, plus Costas on the Radio, Watchdog on Wall Street, Sports Spectrum, Forbes Radio, The Money Pit Home Improvement Radio Show, and Laura Ingraham on Saturdays, and Todd Feinberg, Steppin' Out, Small Business Advocate, Christian programming and several "Best of" shows on Sundays.

History[edit]

WMEN, "The Spirit of 76", was an affiliate of Morningstar Radio Network.[1]

At one time, WMEN was called "The Word" and shared its production director with WRJZ.[2]

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