Stations in Tennessee

Hear Titans Radio in Tennessee

From the Tri Cities to Memphis, Titans Radio has the Volunteer State covered.

Enjoy Mike, Frank and Rhett with FM Clarity in Nashville, Memphis, Knoxville, Chattanooga, and Jackson. All across Tennessee, you’re never far away from Titans Radio.


Nashville: 104.5 WGFX-FM

104-5 The Zone Is THE Sports Station – and your home for Titans Radio. Start the day with Mark Howard, Frank Wycheck and Kevin Ingram. Live and Local Middays 12-3p with the Midday 180 with Titans Experts Jonathan Hutton, Paul Kuharsky and Chad Withrow. Afternoons, Brent Dougherty, Blaine Bishop and Mickey Ryan drive you home. Nashville’s biggest games happen here — THIS is Titans Radio on 104-5 The Zone.


Camden: 1220 WFWL-AM

The station you grew up with: 1220 AM WFWL, The Catfish.


Camden: 95.9 WRJB-FM

Magic 95.9 ”The Music of the Valley”.


Centerville: 96.7 WNKX-FM

Country KIX 96 WNKX – Southwest Middle Tennessee’s Country Leader!


Chattanooga: 102.3 WGOW-FM

Talk Radio 102.3 – The Talk Monster


Chattanooga: 1150 WGOW-AM

Chattanooga’s News Radio 1150 WGOW.


Clarksville: 540 WKFN-AM and 104.1 WKFN-FM

ESPN Clarksville – Clarksville’s Local Sports Leader.


Cleveland: 104.1 WCLE-FM

Mix 104.1 – News, Sports, The Vols & Today’s Best Mix of Music


Columbia: 1280 WMCP-AM

1280 WMCP is Columbia’s Country.


Cookeville: 106.9 WKXD-FM

106.9 Kicks Country – #1 for New Country


 

Fayetteville: 105.5 WYTM-FM

105.5 FM is Lincoln County’s Best Music.


Jackson: 102.3 WZDQ-FM

102.3 The Rocket – Jackson’s Rock Station.


Knoxville: 98.7 WOKI-FM

News Talk 98.7 – The News And Talk of Knoxville.


 

Lawrenceburg: 106.7 WTNX-FM

Proudly serving Southern Tennessee with the best Mix of Yesterday and Today on X106!


Lebanon: WANT FM 98.9 and 1490 WCOR-AM

Real Country – WANT FM 98.9 and WCOR AM 1490


Lewisburg: 94.3 WJJM-FM

Power 94


Manchester: 1230 WMSR-AM and 107.9 FM

Thunder Radio – Your Hometown Station – 1230 WMSR-AM and 107.9 FM


 

Memphis: 92.9 WMFS-FM and 680 AM

ESPN 92.9 FM – the only sports station in Memphis on the FM Dial! 92.9 FM/680 AM ESPN.


Memphis: 790 WMC-AM

The legendary 79 WMC serves up country legends and Titans football.


Morristown: 105.7 WCRK-FM

WRCKFM 105.7 – The Greatest Hits of All Time


Nashville: 104.5 WGFX-FM

104-5 The Zone Is THE Sports Station – and your home for Titans Radio.


Pulaski: 1420 WKSR-AM and 100.9 FM

Classic WKSR – Celebrating 70 Years of Giles County Radio


Tri-Cities: 640 WXSM-AM

The Extreme Sports Monster


Union City: 105.7 WQAK-FM

105.7 The Quake is the Ken-Tenn Area’s Home for your Tennessee Titans and the best New Rock.


Waverly: 93.5 FM and 1060 WQMV-AM

WQMV AM 1060 & 93.5 FM – Playing the Best of 30 Years of Rock & Roll


Winchester: 1340 WCDT-AM

Since 1948, WCDT has been keeping Franklin County informed.

Blogs

An open letter to Steve McNair and Eddie George

June 14, 2019 This week at Saint Thomas Sports Park was a good one for Titans fans.  It became apparent to me that something very special was going to happen in the middle of Titans Mini-Camp, something that many are still talking about.  Eddie, I had the pleasure of catching up with you before your…

Superlatives and observations of Titans Minicamp

By Anna Glenn Grove and Christian Kaposy Stand-out Rookie of Minicamp: Amani Hooker 4th round draft pick Amani Hooker had an impressive few days on the practice field at St. Thomas Sports Park. Although the pads have not been put on yet, it is evident that Hooker has an opportunity to make an immediate impact…

Tough Stuff: David Long

By Anna Glenn Grove David Long Jr. built a name for himself at West Virginia University as one of the toughest players on the team. So much so that his defensive coordinator there, Tony Gibson, said he had his money on Long that if he were in a locker room with 20 other teammates, Long…

Together Forever: George and McNair

By Anna Glenn Grove and Christian Kaposy Any time the Colts and Titans meet, it is a big deal. On September 15th, the matchup between the two AFC South rivals will mean even more. Tuesday at Saint Thomas Sports Park it was announced that Steve McNair, No. 9, and Eddie George, No. 27, will have…