WKKX

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WKKX
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City of license Wheeling, West Virginia
Broadcast area Wheeling, West Virginia
St. Clairsville, Ohio
Branding "AM 1600 WKKX"
Slogan "The Valley's WatchDAWG"
Frequency 1600 kHz
First air date 1963
Format News/Talk/Sports
Power 5,000 Watts daytime
33 Watts nighttime
Class D
Facility ID 72172
Transmitter coordinates 40°5′26.0″N 80°42′11.0″W / 40.090556°N 80.703056°W / 40.090556; -80.703056
Former callsigns WOHZ
Affiliations Fox Sports Radio
Owner RCK 1 Group, LLC
Webcast WKKX Webstream
Website WKKX Online

WKKX is a News/Talk/Sports formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Wheeling, West Virginia, USA, serving Wheeling in West Virginia and St. Clairsville in Ohio. WKKX is owned and operated by RCK 1 Group, LLC.

Programming[edit]

WKKX is a locally-owned station that features local news talk. Notable hosts are John Blackmore, Howard Monroe, Steve Novotney, Sherrie McCutcheon and Bill DiFabio.

In 2009, WKKX began broadcasting the Wheeling Jamboree, a country music program that has been on the air since 1933, making it the third longest running radio program in the US behind the Grand Ole Opry and Music and the Spoken Word.[1]

WKKX is an affiliate of Fox Sports Radio, carrying its programming overnight.

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