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WTTN (1580 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish Sports format licensed to Columbus, Wisconsin and serving Madison's Hispanic Market.

The station is owned by Good Karma Broadcasting, LLC and features programming from ESPN Desportes.

WTTN (AM) began broadcasting with 250 watts as a daytime only station licensed to Watertown, Wisconsin in 1950. Power was later increased to 1000 watts, and a 4 watt night-time service was added in the late 1980s.

With the city of license change and transmitter site move, WTTN began broadcasting with a daytime power of 5,000 watts using a directional antenna system from Columbus, Wisconsin. Co-owned WTTN-FM which signed on in 1961, was originally located at 104.7 FM, and moved to 94.1 MHz. in 1972. 94.1 is now owned by Mid-West Family Broadcasting, and now uses the call sign WJJO, with studios in Madison, Wisconsin.

WTTN has had a variety of formats over the years, including, variety, adult standards, adult contemporary, country, classic country, news/talk and oldies. Previous owners of the station have included Watertown Radio, Inc. and Select Communications.