WGXL

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WGXL
WGXL logo.png
City of license Hanover, New Hampshire
Broadcast area Lebanon-Rutland
Branding 92-3 GXL
Slogan The Valley's Hit Music
Frequency 92.3 MHz
First air date February 6, 1987 (as WTSL-FM)
Format Adult CHR/Top 40
Audience share 2.9 (Fa'07, R&R[1])
ERP 6,000 watts
HAAT 99 meters
Class A
Facility ID 56621
Transmitter coordinates 43°39′17.00″N 72°17′41.00″W / 43.6547222°N 72.2947222°W / 43.6547222; -72.2947222
Former callsigns WTSL-FM (1987-1993)
Owner Great Eastern Radio, LLC
Sister stations WFYX, WHDQ, WWOD, WTSL, WTSV, WXXK
Webcast Listen Live
Website wgxl.com

WGXL (92.3 FM) is a radio station licensed to Hanover, New Hampshire, USA, the station serves the Lebanon-Rutland area. The station is owned by Great Eastern Radio, LLC.[2]

History[edit]

Former logo of the station

The station went on the air as WTSL-FM on 6 February 1987. On 1 June 1993, the station changed its call sign to the current WGXL.[3]

On-air staff[edit]

The current on-air hosts are Deveney Choquette (morning), Cindy Brooks (late morning to early afternoon) John Tesh (syndicated in the afternoon and evening)

Former on-air staff[edit]

Former members of WGXL's staff include Stevens Blanchard, Pam Bixby, Dave Cooper, Jim Patry, Rick Murphy, Jason Place, Dan Gilland, Shane Blue (now Jackson Blue on Boston's WXKS-FM), Chris Garrett, Doug McKenzie, Steve Smith, Parker Springfield (still on sister station WKKN), Jackie and DJ Taylor Ford.

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