AM Technical Profile: WNRP

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Talk, News
Transmitter Location:
[map] [bird's eye] [street view] Near the corner of N Palafox and E Younge in Pensacola.
Power (ERP):
Day: 10 kW
Night: 1 kW
1 tower
Other Information:
0.5 mV/m Daytime Groundwave Service Contour from the FCC's Public Files


[Studio] Street View imagery of the ADX Pensacola studios behind University Town Plaza in Pensacola.
[Image] RDS display image for translator W222BR Pensacola, from a Mazda OEM car stereo, from June 2018.
[Image] RDS display image for translator W222BR Pensacola, from a Hyundai OEM car stereo, from May 2023.
[Image] RDS display image for translator W237BE Pensacola, from a Hyundai OEM car stereo, from May 2023.

// W222BR Pensacola, FL
// W237BE Pensacola (Muscogee), FL
// WYCT HD 3  Pensacola, FL


PS-WNRP 1620 on FM 92.3
Text-Call Northwest Florida's News Station - Newsradio 92.3/AM1620

Owned by ADX Communications of Pensacola
This station started off as WATM 1590 in Atmore. It was originally on 1580, then moved to 1590 to get a power increase. Sold in the 70's and became WSKR (Kicker). Then became a mere AM stepchild of it's class C FM that evolved as a major Mobile/Pensacola player, WIZD in the 80's. Then it spun off to a religious group who renamed it WGYJ (We Give You Jesus), then moved from 1590 into the expanded band (in stereo) to 1620 as WPHG (We Proclaim His Glory).
Around April 2002, the station went dark. While silent, it changed calls from WPHG to WPNS to WBUB.
The station returned to the air in the fall of 2004, simulcasting WYCT-FM (Cat Country 98.7) from Pensacola. The calls later changed to WNRP. The city of license was moved from Atmore, AL to Gulf Breeze, FL. Also, the transmitter site was moved to near the WDWR 1230 kHz site off Palafox. The station moved to a full-service local service with Country music, as well as news and traffic information.  In October 2007 the station flipped to an all News/TAlk format with an emphasis on local personalities.  In 2014 the station's owners acquired a translator, moved in from Milton, which was heard on the air testing in mid-July 2015, but off again after a lightning strike.  The station acquired a second translator in 2017 on 95.3 MHz, located north of the city.  As of the summer of 2020, it is transmitting from the WYCT tower in Baldwin County with a directional antenna aimed at the communities in Escambia County, Florida that are north of I-10.