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City of license Lewisburg, Tennessee
Branding 95.9 WAXO
Frequency 1220 kHz/95.9 MHz
Format Country music/Classic rock
ERP 1,000 watts day
144 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 40456
Transmitter coordinates 35°25′42.00″N 86°46′22.00″W / 35.4283333°N 86.7727778°W / 35.4283333; -86.7727778
Affiliations Westwood One
Owner Marshall County Radio Corporation
Webcast Listen Live
Website 959waxo.com
City of license Lewisburg, Tennessee
Channels Digital: 29 (UHF)
Subchannels 29.1 Independent/GBN
Owner Marshall County Radio Corporation
((Bob Smartt))
Former callsigns W34DB
Former channel number(s) Analog:
34 (UHF)
Former affiliations A1
Transmitter power 5 kW
Facility ID 168849
Transmitter coordinates 35°26′55″N 86°47′23″W / 35.44861°N 86.78972°W / 35.44861; -86.78972

WAXO (1220 AM/95.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Country music & Classic rock format. Licensed to Lewisburg, Tennessee, USA, the station is currently owned by Marshall County Radio Corporation and features programing from Westwood One.[1] It also operates a low-power television station on Digital Channel 29 (Formally seen on Analog Channel 34).

The WAXO call letters were previously used by the present-day WWDV in Zion, Illinois, when it was located in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

WAXO radio and television carries a wide selection of local sports including Marshall County sports, Forrest High School sports, and Cornersville High School sports. The station is also an affiliate of the Tennessee Titans radio network.[2]

WAXO television[edit]

The television side has the legal call letters of W29DM-D (But it's identified on air as WAXO-TV), and is an Independent Station and also serves as a Gospel Broadcasting Network (GBN) affiliate. The station also broadcast programming from America One in the mid morning hours until that Network was discontinued in September 2014 & merged with Youtoo TV. Local programming and replays of the local high school sports are also seen on the station. The station is seen over the air (via a Digital Low Powered Translator) on Channel 29.[3] The Station was also streamed online via WAXO's Website, until it was removed sometime in 2013. It is unknown if the stream for the television station will return or not.


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