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WNSR (560 AM) is a Nashville-area Class D radio station operating on the AM frequency of 560 kHz. WNSR’s majority owner is Randolph Victor Bell, and the station’s general manager is former WSM personality Ted Johnson.

The station broadcasts a mixture of local and national sports events and local and national sports talk shows. It once served as the “backup” affiliate of the Nashville Predators NHL team, originating their games when the then-primary affiliate, WGFX-FM, had a conflicting commitment to the Vanderbilt University sports network. The station was also the former home of Nashville Sounds baseball, Nashville Metros soccer, Vanderbilt Commodores football games, and Vanderbilt Commodores men’s basketball games. WNSR is currently the home of Vanderbilt women’s basketball games and Vanderbilt baseball games. The station broadcasts Major League Baseball games as a member of the Atlanta Braves Radio Network.

The station converted to its current format in 1996, with the call letters WYOR (later WHEW), when all-sports programming began its meteoric rise in the North American radio market, particularly on AM stations. It was previously affiliated with ESPN Radio; however, in 2005, ESPN moved its affiliation to WNFN (then WNPL), an FM station. WNSR is currently affiliated with CBS Sports Radio. Many of the top names in Nashville sports have worked at WNSR. Greg Pogue, who is a veteran sports writer, sports editor, and television host, hosted Nashville’s longest running morning sports show with David Coleman. Pogue worked with the Nashville Banner and was later sports editor at the Daily News Journal. Pogue took over the morning drive slot after Patrick McMurtry left to take a television news anchor position in Charleston, West Virginia. Darren McFarland, a radio veteran in Nashville, hosted a show during two different stints at the station. Brad Hopkins, a former Tennessee Titan, hosted two different shows, the latter as a co-host alongside McFarland. Bill King, a national sports talk show host and recruiting expert, hosted a show with Joe Biddle, a sports writer with the former Nashville Banner and later The Tennessean. Gregory Ruff, a veteran broadcaster in Nashville, worked in various roles with the station hosting a show and later being the fill-in for many of the shows. Jonathan Shaffer has also worked at the station. Chip Ramsey was one of the early broadcasters who did a show. Mike Wolf had an eclectic program at one point. Don West hosted an afternoon radio show that featured various other co-hosts including David Boclair, Eric Yutzy, Steve Wrigley, and Paul Kuharsky. (West was also a popular shopping channel show host and later announcer for TNA Wrestling.) Long-time Nashville sports broadcasting figure George Plaster joined the station’s staff in September 2019.

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