WLAC/Nashville Adds FM Signal


Nashville’s TalkRadio 1510 WLAC will now simulcast on 98.3 FM. The 98.3 FM signal will broadcast across the southern portions of the Nashville area, including Williamson County and the Franklin area. WLAC will also now be heard on WSIX-FM on HD-2 and continue to broadcast on 1510 AM, and everywhere listeners are via iHeartRadio. 

The station will continue to feature conservative talk as well as news, traffic, and weather updates, and serve as the flagship play-by-play station for Vanderbilt Commodore football and men’s basketball. In addition, WLAC’s Tennessee Star Report has expanded and will now broadcast from 5 to 8 a.m.

“I’m thrilled that TalkRadio WLAC can now be heard on the FM dial,” said Dan Edom, Region President for iHeartMedia Nashville. “Listeners will now be able to hear Steve Gill, Glenn Beck, Rush, Hannity, and Dave Ramsey on crystal clear FM sound.” 

“It’s been great being back on the air in Nashville over these last few weeks,” said Gill. “Adding a big booming FM signal on WLAC will be a great opportunity for us to reach voters in the final month of this election season and we will be right in the thick of things.” 


  1. I really appreciate Doc Searls’ information about where this antenna is located. I’d been pointing my antenna towards north towards AM 1510, now I will point it southwest.

  2. Actually the site is jointly owned by iHeart, Cumulus, and Nashville Public Radio in a 3 way partnership that has existed for over 30 years.

  3. Well, it’s not a “big booming signal.” It’s a 250 watt one, 801 feet up a 1223-foot tower on a hill in Brentwood, on the southwest side of town. The tower is owned by Cumulus and supports 3 other FMs in the 80 to 100kw range, all located near the top of the tower. But it’s non-directional, unlike many translators, and that’s a good thing.


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