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This Page Last Updated: Saturday 28 January 2017
Call Letters: WNAS
City of License: New Albany
Metro(s): Louisville, Kentucky
Power: 2850 watts @ 3 feet (Class A)
Address: 1020 Vincennes Street, New Albany, IN 47150-3152
Ownership: New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corp.
Web Presence: http://www.wnas.org
GM: Jason Flener
Chief Engineer: Peter Boyce
Student Run; Staff Changes Yearly
GM/PD: Lee Kelly (1973 - ?)
88.1fm signed on May 28, 1949 at 91.5fm with 20,000 watts. WNAS' call letters stand for "New Albany [high] School". WNAS was the first high school-based, student-run FM radio station in the United States. Their
slogan is "Voice of the Bulldogs."
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