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WSFN (790 AM) is a sports radio station in Brunswick, Georgia. WSFN programming is simulcast on WFNS 1350 AM and W279BC 103.7 FM. Southern Media Interactive LLC, who also owns WSEG of Savannah ESPN Savannah/Hilton Head WSEG AM and WFNS of Blackshear.

The station lineup includes Mike and Mike in the Morning, The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Scott Van Pelt, Three and Out,Dan Le Batard, The Paul Finebaum Show, ESPN Game Night, and Sports Overnight America, in addition to the Atlanta Braves programming.

Founded on June 1, 1998, "The Fan" SportsRadio 790 WSFN was the first and only full-time, 24-hour all-sports radio station serving Brunswick and The Golden Isles. "The Fan" was one of the highest debuting sports stations in America and is the number one all-sports station of Georgia.

In March of 2013, Southern Media Interactive, LLC acquired WSFN, WFNS and WSEG and created the Southern Pigskin Radio Network broadcasting all five AM/FM stations into the Brunswick, Savannah, Hilton Head markets.

The station is an affiliate of the Atlanta Braves radio network, the largest radio affiliate network in Major League Baseball.

WSFN (programming language)

WSFN (Which Stands for Nothing) was a programming language for controlling robots created by Li-Chen Wang and published by Dr. Dobb's Journal in September 1977. It was later translated into Japanese and published by ASCII.

Extended WSFN was an implementation created for the Atari 8-bit family of home computers by Harry Stewart, and published by the Atari Program Exchange in 1981. Extended WSFN was designed as "beginner's language with emphasis on graphics" and included turtle graphics.

It was an exceedingly cryptic language. For example, this is a program to draw Sierpiński curves:

<nowiki> DIT(-I2FI5RG5RI2FI+)2R DG4F DY (HN63F2R61FRC4 (2FI)) </nowiki>