WNSR (560 AM) is a Nashville-area Class D radio station operating on the AM frequency of 560 kHz. WNSR's majority owner is Randolph Victor Bell, and the station's general manager is former WSM personality Ted Johnson. The station broadcasts a mixture of local and national sports events and local and national sports talk shows. It once served as the "backup" affiliate of the Nashville Predators NHL team, originating their games when the primary affiliate, WGFX-FM, has a conflicting commitment to the Vanderbilt University sports network. However, the station serves as the affiliate for all Vanderbilt women's basketball games, and select Vanderbilt baseball games (the rest are broadcast on the Internet). The station broadcasts Major League Baseball games as a member of the Atlanta Braves Radio Network.