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1440 WNFL logo.png
City of license Green Bay, Wisconsin
Broadcast area Northeast Wisconsin
Branding 1440 WNFL
Frequency 1440 (kHz)
First air date 1947
Format All-sports
Power 5,000 Watts (day)
500 Watts (night)
Class B
Facility ID 9966
Transmitter coordinates 44°28′40″N 88°00′00″W / 44.47778°N 88°W / 44.47778; -88
Callsign meaning W National Football League
Former callsigns WJPG
Affiliations Fox Sports Radio
CBS Radio Network
Owner Midwest Communications
Sister stations WIXX, WNCY, WOZZ, WROE, WTAQ, WRQE

WNFL (1440 AM) is an all-sports radio station located in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The station is locally owned and operated by Midwest Communications, which owns six other stations in Northeast Wisconsin. WNFL is an affiliate of Fox Sports Radio, carrying their entire line-up as well as the local "Maino & Nick" morning show. WNFL airs one minute news updates from CBS at approximately 45 minutes past the hour.

In addition to the station's sports-talk offerings, WNFL airs Milwaukee Bucks basketball play-by-play and local high school football and basketball games. Milwaukee Brewers baseball games during the work week are also on WNFL, with night and weekend games on sister station WTAQ.

WNFL's studios and transmitter are located on Bellevue Street in the Green Bay suburb of Bellevue. Weather updates are provided by the "FOX 11 Severe Weather Lab" at WLUK-TV.


The Green Bay Press-Gazette built the station - a daytimer - in 1947 under the call-letters WJPG. Its original frequency was 810 kHz. This was changed to 1440 kHz not long after and nighttime service was added. Daytime power was increased to 5,000 watts, as well. The call letters changed to WNFL during the Green Bay Packers' championship runs in the late 1960s. WNFL changed ownership several times until 1996, when Midwest Communications acquired the station, along with sister stations WNCY and WROE.

WNFL personalities

  • Mark Daniels: "WNFL Sports Report" anchor and high school sports play-by-play
  • Doug Higgins: Weekend weather (from WLUK-TV)
  • John Maino: "Maino & Nick" co-host"
  • Pete Petoniak: Morning/early-afternoon weather (from WLUK-TV)
  • Patrick Powell: Late-afternoon/evening/overnight weather (from WLUK-TV)
  • Nick Vitrano: Program Director/"Maino & Nick" co-host

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