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City of license Cincinnati, Ohio
Broadcast area Cincinnati, Ohio
Branding "Frequency 94.1"
Frequency 94.1 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Format Adult Album Alternative
ERP 16,000 watts
HAAT 264 meters
Class B
Facility ID 59593
Transmitter coordinates 39°6′59.00″N 84°30′7.00″W / 39.11639°N 84.50194°W / 39.11639; -84.50194
Callsign meaning NiNety-Four-One
Owner Cumulus Media
(Citicasters Licenses, Inc.)
Sister stations WGRR, WOFX, WRRM, WFTK
Webcast Listen Live

WNNF (94.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an Adult Album Alternative format. Licensed to Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, it serves the Cincinnati area. The station is currently owned by Cumulus Media. The station has got a slight adult album alternative lean, patterned from Cumulus's recently-launched AAA stations in Houston and Nashville, but became officially a AAA station in late 2009 according to the station's playlist on Mediabase, dropping most pop acts and leaving competitor WKRQ as the only hot AC station in Cincinnati. However, in response to the AAA format, Cumulus also owns classic rocker WOFX-FM 92.5 and alternative rocker WFTK 96.5.

On March 8, 2009, the station began stunting as "Renew 94.1", asking listeners input on what path the station should take on its website.



The station started in the 1970s with a Top 40/Oldies format. In 1976 the station flipped to WSAI and played Rock n Roll. In 1983, the station flipped to country, and became, WKXF, Kix 94. The country format only lasted two years. In 1985, the station briefly flipped to a Top 40 format as K-Rock 94 before switching to Adult Contemporary WWNK, Wink 94.1. Wink 94.1 stayed on the air until 1997, when WVMX, Mix 94.1 made its debut with a hot adult contemporary format. The station became "Radio 94.1" on September 10, 2007; the station had carried Whoopi Goldberg's Wake Up With Whoopi show, but it was canceled when the switch to Radio 94.1 was made, as the station remained hot AC. On August 1, 2008, Clear Channel has put WNNF up for sale, along with sister station WOFX, to settle regulatory issues involved with the company's sale to private equity firms. On January 3, 2009, Cumulus Media has been chosen as a buyer and is willing to swap 5 of their radio stations in Wisconsin to make this transaction complete.[1]

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