WNNG-FM

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WNNG-FM
City Unadilla, Georgia
Frequency 99.9 MHz
Format Religion
ERP 6,000 watts
HAAT 100 meters
Class A
Facility ID 15309
Transmitter coordinates 32°18′29.00″N 83°46′30.00″W / 32.3080556°N 83.7750000°W / 32.3080556; -83.7750000
Former callsigns WAFI (1993-2001)
WCOP-FM (2001-2005)
WQSA (2006-2008)
Affiliations Radio
Owner Augusta Radio Fellowship Institute

WNNG-FM 99.9 is a FM radio station in Warner Robins, Georgia. It now operates under a talk radio format, as "WNNG 99.9". The station shares studio space and offices with WMUB-LD TV 38, WBML and WRWR, and an online newspaper in Warner Robins, where it first started in the mid 1990s as Christian FM station WAFI, later WCOP-FM, owned by Toccoa Falls College. The call letters were once on an AM station in Sarasota, Florida.

In March 2017, it was announced that Augusta Radio Fellowship Institute had purchased WNNG-FM from Georgia Eagle Media for $330,000. Shortly thereafter, the station changed formats to a religious format. [1]

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