WXML

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Coordinates: 40°54′53.00″N 83°7′32.00″W / 40.9147222°N 83.1255556°W / 40.9147222; -83.1255556

WXML
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City of license Upper Sandusky, Ohio
Broadcast area Mid-Ohio
Branding New Vision FM
Slogan The Christian Voice of Northwest Ohio
Frequency 90.1 MHz
Format Christian radio
ERP 15,000 watts
HAAT 158 meters
Class B
Facility ID 33626
Transmitter coordinates 40°54′53.00″N 83°7′32.00″W / 40.9147222°N 83.1255556°W / 40.9147222; -83.1255556
Former callsigns WVZX (1990-1990)
Affiliations AP Radio
Owner Kayser Broadcast Ministries
Sister stations WXMF, WXMW
Webcast Listen Live
Website Official website

WXML (90.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Christian radio format. Licensed to Upper Sandusky, Ohio, USA, the station serves the Mid-Ohio area. The station is currently owned by Kayser Broadcast Ministries and features programing from AP Radio.[1][2]

History[edit]

The station went on the air as WXML on 1990-10-03. on 1990-11-15, the station changed its call sign to WVZX, on 1991-11-22 to the current WXML,[3]

WXML studio, office and transmitter facility, just off Route 30 on the outskirts of Upper Sandusky, Ohio. This had once served as the original studio, office and transmitter facility for WYAN-FM 95.9 in Upper Sandusky (now WYNT Caledonia) until being silenced by bankruptcy.

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