Broadcast area Chattanooga, Tennessee
Branding Glory 1260
Frequency 1260 AM
First air date December 30, 1960
Format Gospel
Power 5000 watts day
25 watts night
Class D
Transmitter coordinates 35°03′08″N 85°16′22″W / 35.05222°N 85.27278°W / 35.05222; -85.27278
Owner Clear Media, LLC
Website http://www.wnooradio.com/

WNOO (1260 AM, "Glory 1260") is a gospel radio station serving the Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA radio market and licensed to Chattanooga.


On December 30, 1960, Jerry Tucker of WNOO interviewed Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. just before the Civil Rights leader gave a speech at Chattanooga's Memorial Auditorium.[1]

On January 1, 2006, WTUN started simulcasting with WNOO after its classic country format was moved to WNGA. After a few months of simulcasting with WNOO, WTUN 101.9 then changed their calls to WOCE and is now a Spanish language broadcaster.


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