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"WMQX" redirects here. For the radio station licensed to Winston-Salem, North Carolina, see WPAW.
City of license WMXQ: Hartford City, Indiana
WMQX: Alexandria, Indiana
Broadcast area Muncie-Marion, Indiana
Branding 93-5 & 96-7 MAX
Slogan Maximum Classic Rock
Frequency WMXQ: 93.5 MHz
WMQX: 96.7 MHz
First air date WMXQ: 1986 (as WWWO)
WMQX: 1979 (as WAXT)
Format Classic rock
ERP WMXQ: 3,000 watts
WMQX: 2,500 watts
HAAT WMXQ: 139 meters
WMQX: 107 meters
Class WMXQ: A
Facility ID WMXQ: 70187
WMQX: 68150
Transmitter coordinates

WMXQ: 40°25′16.00″N 85°25′40.00″W / 40.4211111°N 85.4277778°W / 40.4211111; -85.4277778
WMQX: 40°10′38.00″N 85°40′23.00″W / 40.1772222°N 85.6730556°W / 40.1772222; -85.6730556

Callsign meaning MaXimum
Former callsigns WMXQ:
WWWO (1986-1999)
WHTY (1999-2009)
WAXT (1979-1999)
WHTI (1999-2009)
Owner Backyard Broadcasting
(Backyard Broadcasting Indiana Licensee, LLC)

WMXQ (93.5 FM, licensed to Hartford City, Indiana) & WMQX (96.7 FM, licensed to Alexandria, Indiana) are simulcasting radio stations broadcasting a Classic rock format. The stations serves the Muncie-Marion area. The stations are currently owned by Backyard Broadcasting Indiana Licensee, LLC.[1] The station carries the nationally syndicated radio program Nights with Alice Cooper

The current air lineup is as follows...

6-10am - MAXimum Music Morning Show with Randy Rankin
10am-3pm - Jaybo and the MAX Midday Show
3-7pm - Rockin' Ride Home with Zach Attack
7pm-mid - Nights with Alice Cooper


The station was assigned the call letters WWWO on 1986-01-16. On 1999-06-16, the station changed its call sign to the current WHTY.[2]

WMQX began in 1979 as WAXT "97 Country" was located in the building just east of a truck terminal "W.A.X.T building was most recently a bar called "The Last Round-Up" on West State Road 28 in Alexandria and was founded by Bellefontaine, Ohio-based Triplett Broadcasting which fell into bankruptcy in the mid-1980s prompting the sale of the station.

WMXQ (as WWWO with a rock format) began as a construction permit for a Hardford City FM station in the late 1960s but never came on the air initially due the financial difficulties of the former WBMP in Elwood (now WIKL) which was to have founded that station, hence it remained dormant (and silent) until 1986.

On July 13, 2009 WHTY and WHTI changed their call letters to WMXQ and WMQX, respectively, to go with their "Max" branding.


External links

  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WMXQ
  • Radio-Locator information on WMXQ
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WMXQ
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WMQX
  • Radio-Locator information on WMQX
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WMQX

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