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WTWX-FM

WTWX-FM
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City of license Guntersville, Alabama
Broadcast area Huntsville, Alabama
Branding Country 95.9
Slogan "Today's Hits & Your All-Time Favorites!"
Frequency 95.9 FM (MHz)
First air date August 1, 1969
Format Country music/Talk
ERP 10,500 watts
HAAT 157 meters (515 feet)
Class C3
Facility ID 25674
Transmitter coordinates

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Owner Guntersville Broadcasting Company, Inc.
Website wtwx.com

WTWX-FM (95.9 FM, "Country 95.9") is a radio station serving the Huntsville, Alabama, market. WTWX-FM is licensed to the nearby city of Guntersville, Alabama. The station is owned and operated by Guntersville Broadcasting Company, Inc.

The station was assigned the WTWX-FM call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on November 24, 1978.[1]

Programming

WTWX-FM broadcasts a country music format.[2] Syndicated music programming includes America's Grand Ole Opry Weekend from Westwood One.[3]

In addition to their regular music programming, they carry the syndicated conservative talk show hosted by Rush Limbaugh each weekday. WTWX-FM broadcasts hourly newscasts from the ABC Radio Network, and breaking news from the Associated Press. Sports coverage includes broadcasts of Atlanta Braves baseball games,[4] Auburn University football and basketball games,[5] Guntersville High School football games and select Guntersville High basketball games. WTWX sports coverage also includes "The Friday Night High School Football Scoreboard" and daily sportscasts.

References

  1. "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 
  2. "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. 
  3. "America's Grand Ole Opry Weekend". Opry.com. Retrieved April 14, 2009. 
  4. "Affiliate Radio Stations". The Official Site of the Atlanta Braves. 
  5. "Football Affiliates". The Auburn University Official Athletics Site. 

External links

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