WHWN

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WHWN
WHWN logo.png
City Painesville, Ohio
Broadcast area Lake County
Greater Cleveland (limited)
Branding La Nueva Mia
Frequency 88.3 MHz
First air date March 11, 1997
Format Variety/Spanish
ERP 700 watts
HAAT 44 meters
Class A
Facility ID 85786
Transmitter coordinates 41°42′17.00″N 81°14′34.00″W / 41.7047222°N 81.2427778°W / 41.7047222; -81.2427778
Callsign meaning Hispanic World Network
Former callsigns 970311MA (1997–2009)
Owner Nelson Cintron, Jr.
(La Cadena Mundial Hispana, Inc.)
Webcast Listen Live
Website lanuevamia.com

WHWN (88.3 FM) – branded La Nueva Mia – is a non-commercial educational Spanish/variety radio station licensed to Painesville, Ohio. Owned by Nelson Cintron, Jr. through licensee La Cadena Mundial Hispana, Inc. (Hispanic World Network), the station serves Lake County and eastern parts of Greater Cleveland.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Smith, Robert (2009-10-09). "Ex-Councilman Launches All-Spanish Radio Station". The Plain Dealer. Retrieved 2013-03-14. 

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