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City Gretna, Virginia
Broadcast area Gretna, Virginia
Chatham, Virginia
Northern Pittsylvania County, Virginia
Branding "South Side 730"
Frequency 730 kHz
First air date 1956
Format Classic Country/Talk Radio
Power 1,000 Watts daytime
28 Watts nighttime
Class D
Facility ID 65518
Transmitter coordinates 36°55′31.0″N 79°19′50.0″W / 36.925278°N 79.330556°W / 36.925278; -79.330556
Affiliations ABC Radio's Real Country Network
MRN Radio
PRN Radio
Owner 3 Daughters Media
(Burns Media Strategies)
Sister stations WBLT, WGMN, WMNA-FM, WVGM

WMNA is a Classic Country/Talk Radio formatted broadcast radio station Gretna, Virginia, serving the Gretna, Chatham and Northern Pittsylvania County, Virginia. WMNA is owned and operated by 3 Daughters Media.[1]


The station's antenna system uses two towers arranged in a directional array that concentrates its signal toward the northeast. The transmitter and towers are located southeast of Gretna along Zion Road. According to the Antenna Structure Registration database, both towers are 86.9 m (285 ft) tall.[2]


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