Huh? Every old NRC log I have -- admittedly old NRC logs -- lists WMMN as 5000 watts day and night. Considering the possibility that Radio-Locator is incorrect listing them as 200 nighttime watts, might their situating of WMMN as Fox sports be (as it were) off-base, too?
FCC records indicate that WMMN reduced nighttime power to 200 watts around 1995.
I used to hear WMMN all the time at night here in Central KY when they were 5 KW 24/7. I believe they dropped the night power to 200 watts because they did not want to maintain a directional antenna system anymore. Apparently, they felt that 200 watts, non-directional was good enough to cover their main target area at night.