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For the AM radio station in Brownsville, Tennessee, United States, see WNWS (AM).
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City Jackson, Tennessee
Broadcast area Jackson
Branding Newstalk 101.5
Frequency 101.5 MHz
Format News Talk Information
Audience share 12.1 (Fa'07, R&R[1])
ERP 2,200 watts
HAAT 116.0 meters
Class A
Facility ID 29671
Transmitter coordinates 35°38′59.00″N 88°46′11.00″W / 35.6497222°N 88.7697222°W / 35.6497222; -88.7697222
Callsign meaning 'New's-Talk Note: now WMRZ[2]
Former callsigns WVYG (1991–1993)
Affiliations CBS Radio, Westwood One
Owner Radiocorp of Jackson, Inc.
Webcast Listen Live
Website wnws.com

WNWS-FM (101.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Jackson, Tennessee, USA, the station serves the Jackson area. The station is currently owned by Radiocorp of Jackson, Inc. and features programing from CBS Radio and Westwood One.[3][4]

The station airs Dave Ramsey's financial affairs show, as well as local programs Two Hour Lunch hosted by Dan Reaves (not the former National Football League head coach), and Sea Bass, It's Your Turn hosted by Bill Way, The Afternoon Show hosted by Keith Sherley and The Cheap Seats hosted by Dan Reaves and Sea Bass (a sports talk show). Steve Bowers and Greg Wood host the morning show Daybreak. WNWS also broadcasts Jackson Generals Southern League baseball games.


The WNWS callsign was previously assigned to the Miami/Ft. Lauderdale market to a 24/7 News station located at 790 on the AM dial. The station operated in North Miami-Dade County, Florida. When the station was sold off, a tombstone was placed in front of the building by then WIOD talk show hosts Neil Rogers and Rick & Suds to mock the insignificance the station had in the area over the years it operated. WNWS Tombstone


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