Auburn-Opelika This Morning  is quite simply the most informative radio show in Lee County. The ABBY Award Winning Show airs from 6:00-9:00 weekday mornings and includes local and national news, sports, weather, local event coverage, special features, and live in-studio guests. AOTM provides the only local newscast in Lee County airing at the top-of-the-hour, following Fox News, as well as at the bottom of each hour.

Auburn-Opelika This Morning also features weekly segments including the Big Screen Movie Review and the Church & Pastor Spotlight.

Auburn-Opelika this Morning is where listeners know to tune to hear Auburn/Opelika’s movers, shakers, and decision makers.

AOTM Interview Archives

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Auburn-Opelika This Morning 

Auburn/Opelika This Morning has been the recipient of the ABBY Award as the state’s Best Talk Show by the Alabama Broadcasters Association a record eight times. Additionally, NewsTalk WANI was named Alabama’s 2015 Radio Station-of-the-Year. WANI also won Station-of-the-Year honors in 2009.

Recent AOTM Guest Interviews

Alvin Bettcher of the Microtel in Opelika Gives Details of Tiger Town Scavenger Hunt

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Alvin Bettcher of the Microtel in Opelika joined Auburn/Opelika This Morning to give some details about the Tiger Town Scavenger Hunt Saturday.

VCOM Students Shares Positive Experiences

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A great group from VCOM joined Auburn/Opelika This Morning to discuss positive experiences and potential recruitment.

Sacred Selections Auburn is Raising Money for this February

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Paula Davis of Sacred Selections Auburn joined Auburn/Opelika This Morning to share her story about adoption and share how it is making a difference in the lives of local families.

University Students Hosting a Gala at the Auburn Hotel and Conference Center

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The students from Auburn University’s Hospitality Training joined Auburn/Opelika This Morning to discuss the Gala at the Auburn Hotel and Conference Center on Thursday.