|City of license||Leominster, Massachusetts|
|First air date||November 1967|
|Power||1,000 watts day|
|Callsign meaning||Country Music (former format)
X = Roman numeral for 10
(station formerly branded as "Country Music 10")
|Former callsigns||WLMS (1967–1982)|
|Owner||Twin City Baptist Temple, Inc.|
WCMX (1000 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Christian radio format. Licensed to Leominster, Massachusetts, USA, the station is currently owned by Twin City Baptist Temple, Inc. and features programing from Salem Communications.
WCMX began operations in November 1967 as MOR station WLMS. The station was founded and established by Clarance Allain. WLMS tried Top 40 briefly in 1968, competing with local established Top 40 station WEIM, but quickly reverted to MOR, a format that it continued through the 1970s. In 1981, it was purchased by Dr. Don Parker and became country music station WCMX, and continued that format until late 1988, when it changed to adult contemporary. The call letters stand for "country music 10," referencing the station's dial position in Roman numerals. In 1990, the station moved to an oldies/AC hybrid. In August 1992, WCMX went dark and was put up for sale. It was sold to Twin Cities Baptist Temple late that year and came back on the air in 1996 with a new tower and ground system as a Christian radio station.
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- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WCMX
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