|City||Salt Lick, Kentucky|
|Broadcast area||Morehead, Kentucky|
|Slogan||"Today's Stars and Legends"|
|HAAT||143 meters (469 ft)|
|Former callsigns||WURD-FM (1981-1986)
|Owner||Gateway Radio Works, Inc.|
2005-2007: Max FM
As WAXZ-FM, the station operated from Georgetown, Ohio. From 2005 to 2007 it simulcast WOXY-FM (97.7 FM) and WAOL-FM (99.5 FM) featuring the MAX FM format, which is an adult hits format without disc jockeys, similar in style to the syndicated Jack FM brand.
Before merging into "MAX FM," WAXZ played country music as "The Rooster"; WOXY-FM, which also broadcast at 97.7 MHz, was known shortly as "X-97.7," a modern rock station from Oxford, Ohio; and WAOL-FM was known as "Classic Country 99.5," broadcasting from Ripley. In Spring 2005, all three stations were rebranded "MAX FM."
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