WWNZ

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WWNZ
WWNZ logo.png
City of license Veazie, Maine
Broadcast area Bangor-Brewer
Branding News/Talk 1400
Frequency 1400 kHz
First air date 2005
Format News/Talk
Power 1,000 watts day
810 watts night
Class C
Facility ID 128805
Callsign meaning We Want NewZ
Affiliations Fox News Radio
Owner Waterfront Communications, Inc.
Sister stations WNZS, WGUY
Website radiobangor.weebly.com

WWNZ is an AM radio station licensed to Veazie, Maine serving the immediate Bangor, Maine area. It broadcasts at 1,000 watts during the daytime and 810 watts at night. The station carries a predominantly conservative talk programming line up largely from Fox News Radio, featuring The Wall Street Journal This Morning, Brian & The Judge, John Gibson and Dave Ramsey. The station is a sister station to WNZS and WGUY. In August 2010 the station began broadcasting on broadcast translator W231CH, 94.1 a former K-LOVE rebroadcaster. In March 2012 94.1 switched to a simulcast of WNZS/WGUY. The broadcast transmitter is located on Maine State Route 178 in Eddington, Maine.

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Coordinates: 44°50′50″N 68°40′48″W / 44.84722°N 68.68000°W / 44.84722; -68.68000