WNAS Radio, 88.1 FM, has been broadcasting live from New Albany High School since May 1949, making it the first student run, FM high school radio station in the nation. WNAS TV (Cable Channel 25) began in 1980 and has been televising locally produced programs 24 hours a day ever since. The staff is made up entirely of students, which makes it unique among other local media outlets. Currently, the radio / TV programs at New Albany High School has over 100 students who receive hands-on training in radio and television production and broadcasting. The student broadcasters provide listeners with live play-by-play of Bulldog sports, news, information on community and student events, and a variety of great music on the radio and quality locally produced television programs. WNAS radio and TV keep you “up to date” with news, weather, sports, economic issues, and much more. Join Lee Kelly, the director of WNAS at New Albany High School for the last 40 years and his students here by clicking on the “WNASListen Live”.