The Smokies Radio Network has the largest coverage reach in the Southern League. This four-signal network is anchored by flagship station WNML 99.1, a 6,000-watt FM transmitter located in Lenoir City just outside of West Knoxville and covers Maryville, Sevierville, Dayton and Crossviile. The east side of Knoxville into Gatlinburg, Newport and Morristown and even Smokies Park tunes to WNRX 99.3. The Thousand-Watt transmitter sits in nearby Jefferson City. The most powerful signal of the network can be heard in parts of Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, North and South Carolina. WNML-AM 990 boasts a massive 10,000–Watt, flame-throwing transmitter that is located in downtown Knoxville. 2013 marks the twelfth-straight season that Smokies’ games will be aired mostly by Citadel Broadcasting of Knoxville with the “Sports Animal” serving as Flagship station.
Additionally, select games will also air on WJBE 1040 AM and WJBE 99.7 FM. WJBE (1040 AM) is an American commercial daytime-only radio station located in Powell, Tennessee, serving the Knoxville Metropolitan Area with an urban adult contemporary format. WJBE is owned by Joseph Armstrong, through broadcast licensee Arm & Rage, LLC. WJBE-FM (88.5 FM) is an American radio station licensed to serve the community of Five Points, Alabama. The station’s broadcast license is held by Big South Community Broadcasting, Inc. Launched in 2008 under the “WJBE” call sign, WJBE-FM serves Alabama’s Walker and Winston Counties.
In addition every Smokies broadcast will be streamed live and free, via the Internet, at http://www.smokiesbaseball.com.
You can listen online at the Tennessee Smokies website by clicking here or by downloading the Tennessee Smokies official iPhone or Android app.
Use the link below to find the most recent radio broadcast schedule for the Tennessee Smokies Radio Network.