The WAWL, located on Chattanooga
State’s Amnicola Highway campus, is the Chattanooga area’s only alternative, non-commercial station.
is known for its innovative programming and open venue for
introducing new songs and local artists.
Listeners of the WAWL encompass all ages, but most are in the 16 -
35-year-old age range—the next generation of up-and-coming
professionals, a fresh lineup of out-of-the-box thinkers, the
population that spends more money on entertainment, high-tech
equipment and clothing than any other group.
The WAWL’s exciting and magnetic on-air segments span the spectrum
from the Latino Hits and Reggae to
Native American, New Age, Jazz, Metal, Punk, Local and R&B. The Chattanooga market is a stepping
stone for many celebrated musicians, making the WAWL’s focus on
local talent a very popular launching pad for new talent in the
area. The WAWL’s unique alternative format also appeals to a broad
demographic audience by filling a musical void.
By streaming over the web, the WAWL can be heard "Around the world and pole to