WAXS

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WAXS
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City of license Oak Hill, West Virginia
Broadcast area Beckley, West Virginia
Oak Hill, West Virginia
Hinton, West Virginia
Branding "Groovy 94.1"
Slogan "Your Groovy Station"
Frequency 94.1 MHz
First air date 1948
Format Classic Hits
ERP 25,500 watts
HAAT 198 meters
Class B
Facility ID 52789
Transmitter coordinates 37°57′30.0″N 81°9′3.0″W / 37.958333°N 81.150833°W / 37.958333; -81.150833
Callsign meaning WAX S
slang for records
Former callsigns WOAY-FM (1981-1987)
WVMA (1987-1990)
Affiliations John Tesh Show
Owner Southern Communications
(Plateau Broadcasting, Inc.)
Sister stations WBKW, WCIR-FM, WMTD-AM, WMTD-FM, WTNJ, WWNR
Webcast WAXS Webstream
Website WAXS Online

WAXS is a Classic Hits formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Oak Hill, West Virginia, serving Beckley/Oak Hill/Hinton area. WAXS is owned and operated by Southern Communications.

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