WNEA

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WNEA
Broadcast areaAtlanta metropolitan area
Frequency1300 kHz
Programming
FormatChristian talk and teaching
Ownership
OwnerWord Christian Broadcasting, Inc.
WDCY, WDPC
History
First air date
April 18, 1962
Technical information
Facility ID73317
ClassD
Power1,000 watts day
50 watts night
Transmitter coordinates
33°22′31.00″N 84°47′8.00″W / 33.3752778°N 84.7855556°W / 33.3752778; -84.7855556
Translator(s)104.9 MHz W285FV (Newnan))
Links
WebsiteWordChristianBroadcasting.com

WNEA (1300 kHz) is an AM Christian radio station broadcasting a Christian talk and teaching radio format. It is licensed to Newnan, Georgia, and serves the Atlanta metropolitan area. The station is owned by Word Christian Broadcasting Inc. Much of the programming is simulcast with co-owned 1500 WDCY in Douglasville, Georgia and 1500 WDPC in Dallas, Georgia.

WNEA is a Class D radio station. By day, it transmits with 1,000 watts, but to avoid interfering with other stations on AM 1300, at night it drops its power to 50 watts. It uses a non-directional antenna. It originally signed on the air on April 18, 1962.

WNEA Antenna Tower (Taller structure with shorter cell tower mast adjacent) as seen from Roberts Rd. in Newnan, Georgia.

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