WNPL

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WNPL
CityGolden Gate, Florida
Broadcast areaNaples, Florida
BrandingMaxima 97.3/95.7
SloganTu Música Al Máximo
Frequency1460 kHz
Translator(s)95.7 W239CL (Golden Gate)
First air date2009
FormatSpanish Tropical (WAXA simulcast)
Power7,000 watts day
2,000 watts night
ClassB
Facility ID160167
Transmitter coordinates26°15′26.00″N 81°40′33.00″W / 26.2572222°N 81.6758333°W / 26.2572222; -81.6758333 (WNPL)
Callsign meaningNaPLes
OwnerFort Myers Broadcasting Company
Sister stationsWAXA, WINK-FM, WINK-TV, WTLQ-FM
WebcastListen Live
Websitemusicaalmaximo.com

WNPL (1460 AM) is a radio station simulcasting WAXA, a Spanish Tropical station broadcasting out of Ft. Myers, Florida. Licensed to Golden Gate, Florida, it serves Collier County (including Naples). The station is owned by Fort Myers Broadcasting Company.

History[edit]

WNPL signed on in 2009 to improve coverage for WPTK (which at the time was affiliated with Fox Sports Radio) in the southern end of the market.[1]

On January 22, 2018 WNPL rebranded as "Maxima 997.3/95.7".[2]

Former logos[edit]

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Former usage[edit]

WNPL was formerly the call sign of an FM station (frequency 106.7 MHz) licensed to Belle Meade, Tennessee (Nashville market area) from 1998 to 2005. Since 2005 this station has been known as WNFN, freeing the WNPL call sign for its current use.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fox Sports Radio 1200/Ft. Myers Adds Second Signal". All Access. May 21, 2009. Retrieved August 26, 2010.
  2. ^ WJUA Fort Myers Rebrands as Commercial Free Maxima Radioinsight - January 22, 2018

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