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For broadcast stations that previously used the WENR call sign, see WENR.
City Englewood, Tennessee
Frequency 1090 kHz
Format Gospel music
Power 1,000 watts (Daytime)
Class D
Facility ID 39379
Transmitter coordinates 35°25′35.00″N 84°30′57.00″W / 35.4263889°N 84.5158333°W / 35.4263889; -84.5158333
Owner George C. Hudson, III

WENR is an AM radio station licensed to Englewood, Tennessee, which programs a Gospel music format. The station broadcasts on AM frequency 1090 kHz at a power of 1,000 watts and is owned by George C. Hudson, III.[1] Because WENR shares the same frequency as former class I-B "clear-channel" stations KAAY in Little Rock, Arkansas and WBAL in Baltimore, Maryland, it broadcasts only during daylight hours and is required to sign off at sunset each night.

History of call letters[edit]

The call letters WENR were previously assigned to an AM station later known as WLS in Chicago, Illinois.[2]


  1. ^ WENR 1090 AM
  2. ^ "FCC Okays Transfer of WJZ, KGO, WENR" (PDF). Billboard. January 31, 1942. Retrieved 5 February 2015. 

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