KXLR

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KXLR
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City of license Fairbanks, Alaska
Broadcast area Fairbanks, Alaska
Branding 95.9 X-Rock
Slogan Everything That Rocks
Frequency 95.9 MHz
First air date 1990
Format Active rock
ERP 28,000 watts
HAAT 233 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 49622
Owner Last Frontier Mediactive
Webcast KXLR Webstream
Website xrock959.com

KXLR is a commercial active rock music radio station in Fairbanks, Alaska, broadcasting on 95.9 FM. It signed on the air in 1990 and was originally owned by Northern Television, the then-parent company of KTVF and KCBF.

In May 2007, KXLR switched from standard classic rock to album-oriented rock under the branding "X-Rock". The "X-Rock" branding was also on sister station KXLW in Anchorage, which is now known as 96.3 The Wolf. KXLR currently reports to Arbitron as an active rock station.

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Coordinates: 64°52′37″N 147°48′54″W / 64.877°N 147.815°W / 64.877; -147.815