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Atlanta Braves Radio Network

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The Atlanta Braves Radio Network is a 138-station network (97 A.M., 41 F.M. stations + 1 F.M. translator) heard across 10 states and one territory of the Southeastern United States that airs Major League Baseball games of the Atlanta Braves. The flagship stations are WCNN and WNNX in Atlanta, Georgia. The main announcers are Jim Powell and Joe Simpson, who alternate between play-by-play and color commentary on each broadcast.[1] Ben Ingram serves as the pregame host and frequently fills in on play-by-play, along with longtime commentator Don Sutton. Grant McAuley is the postgame host, while Kevin McAlpin serves as a dugout reporter. Mark Lemke provides pregame/postgame analysis and occasionally fills in for Sutton on game broadcasts. The engineer and game producer for Braves Network broadcasts is Jonathan Chadwick. Network Producers include Kevin D'Amico, Chris Culwell, Sean Nerny, Brandon Joseph, John Radcliffe, Cameron Carruth and Isiah Stewart.[2]

Due to the large geographic span of the Braves' territory, their radio network has the most affiliates of any team in Major League Baseball.[3] The nearest teams to the north of Atlanta are the Cincinnati Reds, Washington Nationals and the Baltimore Orioles. The nearest teams to the west are the St. Louis Cardinals, Houston Astros and Texas Rangers, while the nearest teams to the south are the Tampa Bay Rays and Miami Marlins.


Callsign Frequency Location
WCNN 680 AM North Atlanta, Georgia
WNNX 100.5 FM College Park, Georgia[3]


Map of radio affiliates in 2015
Map of radio affiliates in 2015


Callsign Frequency Location
WAUD 1230 AM Auburn
WJOX 690 AM Birmingham
WJOX-FM 94.5 FM Birmingham
WKNU 106.3 FM Brewton
WJTW 1480 AM Bridgeport
WEIS 990 AM Centre
WKUL 92.1 FM Cullman
WHEP 1310 AM Foley
W223AX 92.5 FM
WTWX-FM 95.9 FM Guntersville
WJQX 100.5 FM Helena/Birmingham
WUMP 730 AM Madison/Huntsville
W280BA 103.9 FM Madison
WMSP 740 AM Montgomery
WVOK 1580 AM Oxford/Anniston
WYTK 93.9 FM Rogersville/Florence
WWIC 1050 AM Scottsboro
WJDB-FM 95.5 FM Thomasville


Callsign Frequency Location
WJSB 1050 AM Crestview (Daytime only)
WAAZ-FM 104.7 FM Fort Walton Beach
WBSR 1450 AM Pensacola
W266AL 101.1 FM


Callsign Frequency Location
WGPC 1450 AM Albany
WALG 1590 AM
WDMG-FM 97.9 FM Ambrose
WISK 1390 AM Americus (construction permit to move to 990 kHz at Lawrenceville, Georgia)
WISK-FM 98.7 FM Americus
WRFC 960 AM Athens
WGUS 102.7 FM Augusta
WFNS 1350 AM Blackshear
WSFN 790 AM Brunswick
WJTH 900 AM Calhoun
WLBB 1330 AM Carrollton
WRCG 1420 AM Columbus
WSRM 95.3 FM Coosa (construction permit to move to 93.5 MHz)
WCON 1450 AM Cornelia
WBLJ 1230 AM Dalton
WYYU 104.5 FM
WGMK 106.3 FM Donalsonville
WDMG 860 AM Douglas
WMLT 1330 AM Dublin
WPGY 1580 AM Ellijay
WLJA-FM 101.1 FM
WXKO 1150 AM Fort Valley
WDUN 550 AM Gainesville
WGGA 1240 AM
WDDK 103.9 FM Greensboro
WHIE 1320 AM Griffin
WKEU 1450 AM
WJUL 1230 AM Hiawassee
WGST 720 AM Hogansville (Daytime only)
WMGP 98.1 FM Hogansville
WLOP 1370 AM Jesup
WIFO-FM 105.5 FM
WPEH 1420 AM Louisville
WMVG 1450 AM Milledgeville
WKZR 102.3 FM
WKUN 1490 AM Monroe
WMTM 1300 AM Moultrie
WYUM 101.7 FM Mount Vernon
WQEE 99.1 FM Newnan
WTIF-FM 107.5 FM Omega
WRGA 1470 AM Rome
WLAQ 1410 AM Rome (also carries Rome Braves games)
WSNT 1490 AM Sandersville
WWNS 1240 AM Statesboro
WJAT 800 AM Swainsboro
WMCD 106.5 FM Rocky Ford
WTGA-FM 101.1 FM Thomaston
WPAX 1240 AM Thomasville
WTIF 1340 AM Tifton
WJNA 96.7 FM Tignall
WNEG 630 AM Toccoa
WKWN 1420 AM, 101.3 & 106.1 FM Trenton
WGUN 950 AM Valdosta
WAAC 92.9 FM
WVOP 970 AM Vidalia
WCHZ-FM 93.1 FM Warrenton
WJBB 1300 AM Winder


Callsign Frequency Location
WANO 1230 AM Pineville
WPDQ 103.9 FM Drakesboro (repeater of WNSR-Brentwood, Tennessee


Callsign Frequency Location
WHSY 950 AM Hattiesburg
WSFZ 930 AM Jackson

North Carolina

Callsign Frequency Location
WISE 1310 AM Asheville
WAZZ 1490 AM Fayetteville
WFSC 1050 AM Franklin
WGNC 1450 AM Gastonia
WLON 1050 AM Lincolnton
WCVP 600 AM Murphy
WCNG 102.7 FM
WNOS 1400 AM New Bern
WCVP-FM 95.9 FM Robbinsville
WCAB 590 AM Rutherfordton
WZGV 730 AM Shelby
WRGC 540 AM Sylva
WBLO 790 AM Thomasville

South Carolina

Callsign Frequency Location
WPUB-FM 102.7 FM Camden
WQSC 1340 AM Charleston
W253BW 98.5 FM
WCCP-FM 104.9 FM Clemson (pre-empted for Clemson University sports and some Sunday sports talk)
WPCC 1410 AM Clinton
WCOS 1400 AM Columbia
WSNW 1150 AM Seneca (F.C.C. application for move to Walhalla, South Carolina)
WBCU 1460 AM Union
WOEZ 93.7 FM Walterboro


Callsign Frequency Location
WNSR 560 AM Brentwood (Nashville)
WCLE-FM 104.1 FM Calhoun
WALV-FM 105.1 FM Chattanooga[4]
WBQL 1400 AM Clarksville
WCLE 1570 AM Cleveland
WQMT 93.9 FM Decatur
WLIL 730 AM Lenoir City
WJJM 1490 AM Lewisburg
WMSR 1320 AM Manchester
KWAM 990 AM Memphis
WGNS 1450 AM Murfreesboro
WLIK 1270 AM Newport
WPFT 106.3 FM Pigeon Forge
WQKR 1270 AM Portland

U.S. Virgin Islands

Callsign Frequency Location
WVWI 1000 AM St. Thomas


Callsign Frequency Location
WHEE 1370 AM Martinsville (Daytime only)
WMVA 1450 AM Martinsville
WRNL 910 AM Richmond
WFJX 910 AM Roanoke, Virginia

West Virginia

Callsign Frequency Location
WVOW 1290 AM Logan
WVOW-FM 101.9 FM

Former flagships

Callsign Frequency Location
WHDH 850 AM Boston (1946-1949)
WNAC 1260 AM Boston (1950-1952)
WTMJ 620 AM Milwaukee (1953-1965)
WSB 750 AM Atlanta (1966-2004)
WGST 640 AM Atlanta (2005-2009)
WKLS 96.1 FM Atlanta (2005-2007)
WUBL 94.9 FM Atlanta (2007-2009)
WNNX 100.5 FM Atlanta (2009-2013)
WYAY 106.7 FM Gainesville/Atlanta (2014-2018)

See also


  1. ^ Atlanta Braves Official Site - Broadcasters
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ a b Atlanta Braves Official Site - Braves Radio Network
  4. ^ "Braves New Home In Chattanooga Is Brewer Media's ESPN 105.1 The Zone". Archived from the original on 2017-09-23. Retrieved 2016-11-06.
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