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Wtwx-fm

WTWX-FM
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

34°20′14″N 86°16′46″W / 34.33722°N 86.27944°W / 34.33722; -86.27944

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

External links

  • WTWX-FM official website
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WTWX
  • Radio-Locator information on WTWX
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WTWX


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