Cincinnati Reds Radio Network


Cincinnati Reds Radio Network
Cincinnati Reds Radio Network
Reds on radio.png
Midwest and Southern USA
Branding Cincinnati Bell Reds Radio Network
Slogan The Reds are on the radio!
Owner Cincinnati Reds
Founded 1948
Transmitter power see table below
Facility ID see table below
Transmitter coordinates see table below
Website reds.com

The Cincinnati Bell Reds Radio Network consists of 68 stations (52 AM, 16 FM) in 7 states that air Cincinnati Reds games and related programming.[1]. The announcers are Marty Brennaman, Thom Brennaman, and Jeff Brantley. In 2010 the longtime voice of the Louisville Redbirds/Louisville Bats, Jim Kelch, was hired by the network and does mainly radio.[2] Cincinnati Bell has naming rights of the network, while WLW of Cincinnati is the flagship station.

All regular season and many spring training games are broadcast.

Contents

Affiliates

AM Stations

Call Letters Frequency City of License Power Facility ID Transmitter coordinates
WLW 700 AM Cincinnati, OH 50,000 watts 29733 39°21′11″N 84°19′30″W / 39.35306°N 84.325°W / 39.35306; -84.325
WAIN 1270 AM Columbia, KY 1,000 watts day
60.6 watts night
67857 37°6′26″N 85°16′42″W / 37.10722°N 85.27833°W / 37.10722; -85.27833
WATH 970 AM Athens, OH 1,000 watts day
26 watts night
71096 39°20′40″N 82°6′21″W / 39.34444°N 82.10583°W / 39.34444; -82.10583
WBEX 1490 AM Chillicothe, OH 1,000 watts 52041 39°19′52″N 82°59′49″W / 39.33111°N 82.99694°W / 39.33111; -82.99694
WBTH 1400 AM Williamstown, WV 1,000 watts 26392 37°40′9″N 82°16′9″W / 37.66917°N 82.26917°W / 37.66917; -82.26917
WCDS 1230 AM Glasgow, KY 750 watts 160849 37°0′17″N 85°56′27″W / 37.00472°N 85.94083°W / 37.00472; -85.94083
WCHO 1250 AM Washington Courthouse, OH 750 watts day
42 watts night
57355 39°52′39″N 83°27′10″W / 39.8775°N 83.45278°W / 39.8775; -83.45278
WCHS 580 AM Charleston, WV 5,000 watts 71660 38°21′51″N 81°46′5″W / 38.36417°N 81.76806°W / 38.36417; -81.76806
WCYN 1400 AM Cynthiana, KY 500 watts day
1,000 watts night
71307 38°24′20″N 84°17′32″W / 38.40556°N 84.29222°W / 38.40556; -84.29222
WEKB 1460 AM Elkhorn City, KY 5,000 watts day
114 watts night
32972 37°18′25″N 82°19′53″W / 37.30694°N 82.33139°W / 37.30694; -82.33139
WFTG 1400 AM London, KY 690 watts 20412 37°8′30″N 84°4′35″W / 37.14167°N 84.07639°W / 37.14167; -84.07639
WFTM 1240 AM Maysville, KY 1,000 watts 62215 38°38′10″N 83°45′38″W / 38.63611°N 83.76056°W / 38.63611; -83.76056
WGAT 1050 AM Gate City, VA 1,000 watts day
267 watts night
67667 36°37′59″N 82°34′56″W / 36.63306°N 82.58222°W / 36.63306; -82.58222
WGCL (AM)[3] 1370 AM Bloomington, IN 5,000 watts day
500 watts night
59131 39°11′25″N 86°38′2″W / 39.19028°N 86.63389°W / 39.19028; -86.63389
WGOH 1370 AM Grayson, KY 5,000 watts day
21 watts night
9210 38°19′44″N 82°58′33″W / 38.32889°N 82.97583°W / 38.32889; -82.97583
WHIZ 1240 AM Zanesville, OH 1,000 watts day
960 watts night
61218 39°57′20″N 81°59′1″W / 39.95556°N 81.98361°W / 39.95556; -81.98361
WHNK 1250 AM Parkersburg, WV 1,000 watts 73353 39°17′23″N 81°31′36″W / 39.28972°N 81.52667°W / 39.28972; -81.52667
WILE 1270 AM Cambridge, OH 1,000 watts day
35 watts night
3363 40°2′24″N 81°38′50″W / 40.04°N 81.64722°W / 40.04; -81.64722
WIMA 1150 AM Lima, OH 1,000 watts 3363 40°40′47″N 84°6′34″W / 40.67972°N 84.10944°W / 40.67972; -84.10944
WIRO 1230 AM Ironton, OH 1,000 watts 61685 38°32′21″N 82°40′30″W / 38.53917°N 82.675°W / 38.53917; -82.675
WKBV 1490 AM Richmond, IN 1,000 watts 41848 39°49′41″N 84°55′57″W / 39.82806°N 84.9325°W / 39.82806; -84.9325
WKYH 600 AM Paintsville, KY 5,000 watts day
43 watts night
3430 37°47′19″N 82°47′7″W / 37.78861°N 82.78528°W / 37.78861; -82.78528
WKYW 1490 AM Frankfort, KY 1,000 watts 74609 38°12′12″N 84°54′49″W / 38.20333°N 84.91361°W / 38.20333; -84.91361
WLGN 1510 AM Logan, OH 1,000 watts 38266 39°31′47″N 82°23′10″W / 39.52972°N 82.38611°W / 39.52972; -82.38611
WLKS 1450 AM West Liberty, KY 1,000 watts 43786 37°55′36″N 83°16′41″W / 37.92667°N 83.27806°W / 37.92667; -83.27806
WLOC 1150 AM Munfordville, KY 1,000 watts
61 watts night
58352 37°16′9″N 85°54′56″W / 37.26917°N 85.91556°W / 37.26917; -85.91556
WLSI 900 AM Pikeville, KY 5,000 watts
125 watts night
38388 37°27′57″N 82°33′4″W / 37.46583°N 82.55111°W / 37.46583; -82.55111
WMOA 1490 AM Marietta, OH 1,000 watts 54265 39°25′9″N 81°28′35″W / 39.41917°N 81.47639°W / 39.41917; -81.47639
WMOR 1330 AM Morehead, KY 570 watts 73280 38°10′56″N 83°26′56″W / 38.18222°N 83.44889°W / 38.18222; -83.44889
WMOV 1360 AM Ravenswood, WV 5,000 watts 24585 38°57′52″N 81°46′9″W / 38.96444°N 81.76917°W / 38.96444; -81.76917
WMPO 1390 AM Middleport, OH 5,000 watts
120 watts night
18021 39°0′37″N 82°3′58″W / 39.01028°N 82.06611°W / 39.01028; -82.06611
WNXT 1260 AM Portsmouth, OH 5,000 watts
1,000 watts night
62328 38°48′38″N 82°59′21″W / 38.81056°N 82.98917°W / 38.81056; -82.98917
WING 1410 AM Dayton, OH 5,000 watts 1903 39°40′3″N 84°10′1″W / 39.6675°N 84.16694°W / 39.6675; -84.16694
WPGW 1440 AM Portland, IN 500 watts
45 watts night
73877 40°26′10″N 85°0′56″W / 40.43611°N 85.01556°W / 40.43611; -85.01556
WPKE 1240 AM Pikeville, KY 1,000 watts 18225 37°28′50″N 82°31′35″W / 37.48056°N 82.52639°W / 37.48056; -82.52639
WPWT 870 AM Colonial Heights, TN 10,000 watts 42652 36°27′40″N 82°27′12″W / 36.46111°N 82.45333°W / 36.46111; -82.45333
WHBE 680 AM Louisville, KY 1,000 watts 63935 38°17′41″N 85°45′7″W / 38.29472°N 85.75194°W / 38.29472; -85.75194
WSFC 1240 AM Somerset, KY 790 watts 21626 37°7′3″N 84°36′42″W / 37.1175°N 84.61167°W / 37.1175; -84.61167
WTCR 1220 AM Kenova, WV 5,000 watts day
500 watts night
14377 38°24′42″N 82°36′13″W / 38.41167°N 82.60361°W / 38.41167; -82.60361
WTCW 920 AM Whitesburg, KY 4,200 watts day
423 watts night
64431 37°8′46″N 82°46′1″W / 37.14611°N 82.76694°W / 37.14611; -82.76694
WTIG 990 AM Massillon, OH 250 watts day
112 watts night
15282 40°49′56″N 81°33′40″W / 40.83222°N 81.56111°W / 40.83222; -81.56111
WVHU 800 AM Huntington, WV 5,000 watts day
185 watts night
505 38°23′35″N 82°28′34″W / 38.39306°N 82.47611°W / 38.39306; -82.47611
WVLK 590 AM Lexington, KY 5,000 watts day
1,000 watts night
27418 38°6′42″N 84°34′39″W / 38.11167°N 84.5775°W / 38.11167; -84.5775
WWKU 1440 AM Glasgow, KY 500 watts day
30 watts night
70869 37°0′17″N 85°56′27″W / 37.00472°N 85.94083°W / 37.00472; -85.94083
WWXL 1450 AM Manchester, KY 1,000 watts 72441 37°9′4″N 83°45′45″W / 37.15111°N 83.7625°W / 37.15111; -83.7625
WXFN 1340 AM Muncie, IN 1,000 watts 17601 40°9′42″N 85°22′41″W / 40.16167°N 85.37806°W / 40.16167; -85.37806
WXGO 1270 AM Madison, IN 1,000 watts day
58 watts night
17624 38°44′28″N 85°21′41″W / 38.74111°N 85.36139°W / 38.74111; -85.36139
WXLW 950 AM Indianapolis, IN 5,000 watts day
117 watts night
60206 39°51′5″N 86°14′49″W / 39.85139°N 86.24694°W / 39.85139; -86.24694
WYTS 1230 AM Columbus, OH 1,000 watts 25038 39°56′31″N 83°1′20″W / 39.94194°N 83.02222°W / 39.94194; -83.02222
WZZW 1600 AM Milton, WV 5,000 watts day
26 watts night
506 38°25′46″N 82°6′21″W / 38.42944°N 82.10583°W / 38.42944; -82.10583

FM Stations

Call Letters Frequency City of License ERP Facility ID Transmitter coordinates
WAIN-FM 93.5 FM Columbia, KY 4,600 watts 67714 37°6′26″N 85°16′42″W / 37.10722°N 85.27833°W / 37.10722; -85.27833
WBVI 96.7 FM Fostoria, OH 3,000 watts 67709 41°6′0″N 83°28′32″W / 41.1°N 83.47556°W / 41.1; -83.47556
WFDM-FM 95.9 FM Franklin, IN 3,400 watts 21842 39°30′49″N 86°4′7″W / 39.51361°N 86.06861°W / 39.51361; -86.06861
WGCL (FM)[3] 95.9 AM Bloomington, IN 5,000 watts day
500 watts night
59131 39°11′25″N 86°38′2″W / 39.19028°N 86.63389°W / 39.19028; -86.63389
WGFX 104.5 FM Gallatin, TN 58,000 watts 16893 36°16′5″N 86°47′45″W / 36.26806°N 86.79583°W / 36.26806; -86.79583
WHSX 99.1 FM Edmonton, KY 6,000 watts 48707 31°1′33″N 85°33′14″W / 31.02583°N 85.55389°W / 31.02583; -85.55389
WKKI 94.3 FM Celina, OH 3,000 watts 60848 40°33′8″N 84°30′46″W / 40.55222°N 84.51278°W / 40.55222; -84.51278
WMDJ-FM 100.1 FM Allen, KY 2,600 watts 21815 37°35′12″N 82°42′57″W / 37.58667°N 82.71583°W / 37.58667; -82.71583
WMVR 105.5 FM Sidney, OH 6,000 watts 15998 40°18′4″N 84°12′12″W / 40.30111°N 84.20333°W / 40.30111; -84.20333
WNDI-FM 95.3 FM Sullivan, IN 6,000 watts 2395 39°5′36″N 87°32′32″W / 39.09333°N 87.54222°W / 39.09333; -87.54222
WPGW-FM 100.9 FM Portland, IN 4,600 watts 73878 40°26′10″N 85°0′54″W / 40.43611°N 85.015°W / 40.43611; -85.015
WRBI 103.9 FM Brookville, IN 1,950 watts 2873 39°13′22″N 85°15′28″W / 39.22278°N 85.25778°W / 39.22278; -85.25778
WSJD 100.5 FM Princeton, IN 6,000 watts 55111 38°23′24″N 87°34′23″W / 38.39°N 87.57306°W / 38.39; -87.57306
WUGO 102.3 FM Grayson, KY 4,800 watts 9212 38°19′44″N 82°58′33″W / 38.32889°N 82.97583°W / 38.32889; -82.97583
WVLK-FM 101.5 FM Richmond, KY 25,000 watts 71249 37°52′45″N 84°19′33″W / 37.87917°N 84.32583°W / 37.87917; -84.32583
WVOW 101.9 FM Logan, WV 15,000 watts 38267 37°51′24″N 81°58′18″W / 37.85667°N 81.97167°W / 37.85667; -81.97167

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