|Broadcast area||Mississippi and Arkansas Delta|
|Affiliations||CBS News, Fox News|
|Owner||Delta Radio Network LLC |
(Delta Radio Network LLC, acquired 2010)
|WDTL, WIBT, WKXY, WMYQ, WIQQ, WNLA, KZYQ, WBYB|
Former call signs
|Power||3.8 kilowatts day|
55 watts night
|Translator(s)||101.1 MHz - W266BY (Greenville)|
WNIX (1330 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a News-Talk format, featuring Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Brian Kilmeade, Mark Levin, Doug Stephan and Clark Howard. Licensed to Greenville, Mississippi, United States, the station is currently owned by Delta Radio Network LLC. It is the oldest radio station in Greenville, MS, and the second oldest radio station in the Mississippi Delta.
In 2017, WNIX was granted approval to increase day power from 1,000 to 3,800 watts and decrease night power from 500 to 55 watts, making the station the most powerful AM facility in the Mississippi Delta. Both daytime and nighttime patterns are (1 tower) non-directional.
WNIX also broadcasts on FM translator W266BY, Greenville, MS.