104.3 Kinzua Country is Warren’s country station. Listen to the best country from the biggest artists.

The station first went on the air as WOVU 106.9 in March 1993. WOVU was granted a construction permit to move to 104.3 in November 1994 and changed its call sign to WKNB in July 1995.

In 2006, Kibco Radio sold WKNB and sister stations WRRN and WNAE to Radio Partners, LLC.

The stations were later purchased in 2019 by Lilly Broadcasting, which operates television stations WICU and WSEE.

In early 2020, 104.3 Kinzua Country changed its call letters from WKNB to WNAE to preserve their heritage. WNAE was originally used by sister station 1310 AM until it became WICU and started simulcasting HAPPI Radio. This would become the third time the WNAE call letters were used on FM radio; they were also assigned to 102.7 FM from 2007 until 2011 when the signal was co-owned and simulcast Kinzua Country.