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For the Speedway, Indiana radio station that held the call sign WNOU at 100.9 FM from 2007 to 2014, see WNOW-FM.
City of license Indianola, Mississippi
Broadcast area Greenville, Mississippi
Branding The Best 105.5
Slogan "Old Skool R&B and Classic Soul"
Frequency 105.5 MHz
Format Urban Oldies
ERP 4,400 watts
HAAT 58 meters (190 feet)
Class A
Facility ID 59962
Transmitter coordinates 33°28′41″N 90°38′28″W / 33.47806°N 90.64111°W / 33.47806; -90.64111
Former callsigns WNLA-FM (1979-2012)
WIBT (2012-2014)
Owner Debut Broadcasting Corporation, Inc.
(Debut Broadcasting Mississippi, Inc.)
Sister stations WLTM, WIQQ, WNIX, WNLA

WNOU (105.5 FM, "The Best 105.5") is a radio station licensed to serve Indianola, Mississippi, USA. The station is owned by Debut Broadcasting Corporation, Inc., and licensed to Debut Broadcasting Mississippi, Inc.

WNOU broadcasts an urban oldies music format to the greater Greenville, Mississippi, area.[1] Notable programming includes a syndicated morning show hosted by Steve Harvey.


In August 1984, Fritts Broadcasting, Inc., reached an agreement to sell this station to Shamrock Broadcasting, Inc. The deal was approved by the FCC on October 9, 1984, and the transaction was consummated on October 15, 1984.[2]

In April 2007, Shamrock Broadcasting, Inc., contracted to sell this station and AM sister station WNLA to Debut Broadcasting Corporation, Inc.[3] The deal was approved by the FCC in May 2007 and the transaction consummated in June 2007.

Construction permit[edit]

In September, 2011, the then-WNLA-FM applied for an FCC construction permit to move to a new transmitter site, move to 105.7 MHz, increase the height above average terrain of its antenna to 163 meters and increase the effective radiated power of its broadcast signal to 25,000 watts.


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  1. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. 
  2. ^ "Application Search Details (BAPLH-19840814GP)". FCC Media Bureau. October 15, 1984. 
  3. ^ "Debut gets go-ahead from FCC". The Mississippi Business Journal. June 18, 2007. 

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