WMTY (AM)

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WMTY
City Farragut, Tennessee
Frequency 670 kHz
Format Defunct (formerly Oldies)
Power 2,500 watts day
Class D
Facility ID 3992
Transmitter coordinates 35°53′12.00″N 84°14′48.00″W / 35.8866667°N 84.2466667°W / 35.8866667; -84.2466667Coordinates: 35°53′12.00″N 84°14′48.00″W / 35.8866667°N 84.2466667°W / 35.8866667; -84.2466667
Former callsigns WBAV (1987)
WTNN (1987–1999)
WKFN (1999–2002)
Owner Horne Radio, LLC
Sister stations WMTY-FM

WMTY (670 AM) was a radio station licensed to Farragut, Tennessee, USA.[1] The station was last owned by Horne Radio, LLC.[2][3]

The station went silent on December 20, 2014, and the three towers were taken down in March 2015.[4] On September 24, 2015, Horne Radio surrendered WMTY's license to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC); the FCC cancelled the license and deleted the WMTY call sign on September 30, 2015.

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