WOXO-FM

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WOXO-FM/WTBM
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City of license WOXO: Norway, Maine
WTBM: Mexico, Maine
Broadcast area Oxford County, Maine
Branding OXO Country
Slogan Maine's Pure Country
Frequency WOXO: 92.7 MHz
WTBM: 100.7 MHz
First air date WOXO: December 12, 1970 (1970-12-12)
WTBM: September 15, 1988 (1988-09-15)[1]
Format Country music
ERP WOXO: 5,200 watts
WTBM: 850 watts
HAAT WOXO: 224 meters
WTBM: 388 meters
Class WOXO: C3
WTBM: C3
Facility ID WOXO: 67698
WTBM: 46323
Transmitter coordinates WOXO: 44°17′47″N 70°37′5″W / 44.29639°N 70.61806°W / 44.29639; -70.61806
WTBM: 44°34′56″N 70°37′59″W / 44.58222°N 70.63306°W / 44.58222; -70.63306 (WTBM)
Former callsigns WNWY-FM (1970–1976)
WOXO (1976–1981)
Affiliations Motor Racing Network
Owner Mountain Valley Broadcasting, Inc.
Sister stations WTME, WKTQ, WTBM, WEZR
Website woxo.com

WOXO-FM (92.7 FM) and WTBM (100.7 FM) are radio stations broadcasting a Country music format located in Oxford County, Maine. WOXO-FM is licensed to Norway, Maine, USA, and WTBM is licensed to Mexico, Maine. The stations are currently owned by Mountain Valley Broadcasting, Inc. and features programing from Motor Racing Network,[2] as well as New York Yankees, Portland Sea Dogs baseball and Oxford Hills Vikings football, basketball, and baseball with the voice of the Vikings, Matty Boutwell.

WOXO was originally WNWY-FM, and carried a locally produced "TOP 40" (CHR) format.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Broadcasting & Cable Yearbook 1999 (PDF). 1999. p. D-200. Retrieved March 11, 2015. 
  2. ^ "WOXO-FM Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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