WXIS

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WXIS
City of license Erwin, Tennessee
Broadcast area Johnson City
Kingsport
Elizabethton
Bristol, TN-VA
Branding 92.3 Jamz
Slogan "Blazin' Hip-Hop and R&B"
Frequency 103.9 MHZ
First air date 1999
Format Rhythmic Contemporary
ERP 6,000 watts
Class A
Owner WEMB, Inc.
Website http://923jamzfm.com/main.php

WXIS (103.9 FM, "92.3 Jamz") is a Rhythmic Top 40 music formatted radio station serving the Tri-Cities region of Johnson City/Kingsport/Elizabethton/Bristol in Tennessee and Bristol in Virginia. The WEMB, Inc. outlet operates with an ERP of 6 kW and is licensed to Erwin, Tennessee, while its 92.3 MHz/6w translator is licensed to Johnson City, Tennessee.

History[edit]

WXIS was a Top 40 outlet known as "X-104" until it shifted to Rhythmic in 1999. Despite its semi-spotty signal coverage (which is why the 92.3 signal is included in the slogan), it has done well with its current format.[citation needed]

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Coordinates: 36°08′17″N 82°22′59″W / 36.138°N 82.383°W / 36.138; -82.383