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City Fairmont, West Virginia
Broadcast area North-Central West Virginia
Branding "920 AM WMMN"
Frequency 920 kHz
First air date 1928
Format News/Talk/Sports
Power 5,000 Watts daytime
200 Watts nighttime
Class D
Facility ID 21171
Transmitter coordinates 39°28′3.0″N 80°12′20.0″W / 39.467500°N 80.205556°W / 39.467500; -80.205556
Callsign meaning W Matthew Mansfield Neely
Named in Honor of former Governor of WV
Affiliations Fox Sports Radio
West Virginia MetroNews
Owner Spectrum Radio Group
(Spectrum Radio Fairmont, LLC)
Sister stations WRLF, WTCS, WZST

WMMN is a News/Talk/Sports formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Fairmont, West Virginia, serving North-Central West Virginia. WMMN is owned and operated by Alan Michaels and Robert Woodward's Spectrum Radio Group, through licensee Spectrum Radio Fairmont LLC.


Tower on Tower Hill Road, Fairmont, West Virginia, seen from the adjacent Grove Cemetery

On November 1, 1935, WMMN joined the CBS radio network. At that time the station was licensed to A.M. Rowe Inc., with George B. Storer the chief stockholder. It operated on 890 kHz with power of 500 W (daytime) and 250 W (night).[1]


  1. ^ "WMMN Joins CBS" (PDF). Broadcasting. November 1, 1935. Retrieved 4 November 2014. 

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