WNWF

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WNWF
City Destin, Florida
Broadcast area Fort Walton Beach area
Branding Legends 1140
Frequency 1140 kHz
First air date 1987-04-21 (as WWOU at 1120)
Format Adult Standards
Power 3,000 watts day
12 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 72803
Transmitter coordinates 30°30′34.00″N 86°28′34.00″W / 30.5094444°N 86.4761111°W / 30.5094444; -86.4761111
Callsign meaning NorthWest Florida
Former callsigns WWOU (1987-1988)
WBZR (1988-2003)
Former frequencies 1120 kHz (1987-2015)
Owner Tri-City Radio, LLC
Webcast http://player.radioloyalty.com/station/24093.html
Website http://www.destin1140.com

WNWF (1140 AM) is an American radio station broadcasting an adult standards format. WNWF radio changed it format on 12/10/2016 and is now known as legends 1140 and is now running adult standards.

On November 29, 2013 WNWF was granted a U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) construction permit to move to 1140 kHz, increase day power to 3,000 watts, add critical hours operation with 2,400 watts and add night operation with 12 watts.

History[edit]

The station went on the air as WWOU on April 21, 1987. On December 15, 1988, the station changed its call sign to WBZR, and on November 1, 2003 to WNWF.[1]

Tri-City purchased the station in February 2016 and the license transfer was official in May; Tri-City Radio, LLC had been LMA'ing the station since November 2015. (Alabama Broadcast Media Page)

A license to cover for their newly built facility was filed in December 2016 (fccdata.org)

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