WNOO

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WNOO
Broadcast area Chattanooga, Tennessee
Branding Glory 1260
Frequency 1260 AM
First air date December 30, 1960
Format Gospel
ERP 5000 watts day
25 watts night
Class D
Transmitter coordinates 35°03′08″N 85°16′22″W / 35.05222°N 85.27278°W / 35.05222; -85.27278
Owner Clear Media, LLC
Website http://www.wnooradio.com/

WNOO (1260 AM, "Glory 1260") is a gospel radio station serving the Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA radio market and licensed to Chattanooga.

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On December 30, 1960, Jerry Tucker of WNOO interviewed Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. just before the Civil Rights leader gave a speech at Chattanooga's Memorial Auditorium.[1]

On January 1, 2006, WTUN started simulcasting with WNOO after its classic country format was moved to WNGA. After a few months of simulcasting with WNOO, WTUN 101.9 then changed their calls to WOCE and is now a Spanish language broadcaster.

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