WMNA-FM is a sports radio-formatted broadcast radio station affiliated with ESPN Radio.
WMNA-FM is licensed to Gretna, Virginia, serving Gretna, Chatham and Northern Pittsylvania County. WMNA-FM is owned and operated by 3 Daughters Media.
The station was once a country music station, before being bought by Gary Burns. The station became a simulcast of Lynchburg's WLNI
to extend the signal along Route 29 from Danville to Nelson County. When Burns sold WLNI to Centennial Broadcasting, he split WMNA and sold it to Three Daughters Media.
WMNA-FM's signal is carried on translator station W227BG broadcasting on 93.3 FM. W227BG is licensed to Timberlake, Virginia and covers Lynchburg with a weak, 38 watt signal.