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City Gretna, Virginia
Broadcast area Gretna, Virginia
Chatham, Virginia
Northern Pittsylvania County, Virginia
Branding "100.9 WIQO"
Slogan "Lynchburg's Talk Station"
Frequency 106.3 MHz
First air date 1950
Format Talk radio
Power 6,000 Watts
HAAT 79 Meters
Class A
Facility ID 9985
Transmitter coordinates 36°55′31.0″N 79°19′50.0″W / 36.925278°N 79.330556°W / 36.925278; -79.330556
Owner 3 Daughters Media
(Burns Media Strategies)
Sister stations WBLT, WGMN, WMNA, WVGM
Webcast WMNA-FM Webstream
Website WMNA-FM Radio

WMNA-FM (106.3 FM) is a talk radio-formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Gretna, Virginia, serving Gretna, Chatham and Northern Pittsylvania County. WMNA-FM is owned and operated by 3 Daughters Media,[1] and simulcasts co-operated WIQO-FM in the Lynchburg area.


The station was once a country music station, before being bought by Gary Burns. The station became a simulcast of Lynchburg's WLNI to extend the signal along Route 29 from Danville to Nelson County. When Burns sold WLNI to Centennial Broadcasting, he split WMNA and sold it to Three Daughters Media. It became an ESPN Radio affiliate; in November 2013 it switched from sports to talk.[2]


In addition to the main station, WMNA-FM is relayed by an FM translator to widen its broadcast area.[3]

Call sign Frequency
City of license Facility
m (ft)
Class FCC info
W227BG 93.3 FM Timberlake, Virginia 152090 250 watts 94 m (308 ft) D FCC


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