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WKLX logo.jpg
City Brownsville, Kentucky
Broadcast area Bowling Green
Branding Sam 100.7
Frequency 100.7 MHz
Format Adult Hits
Audience share 2.7 (Sp'07, R&R[1])
ERP 8,000 watts
HAAT 178.0 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 10515
Transmitter coordinates 37°9′17.00″N 86°19′33.00″W / 37.1547222°N 86.3258333°W / 37.1547222; -86.3258333
Former callsigns WAUE (1997-1998)
Affiliations Commonwealth Broadcasting
Owner Charles M. Anderson
Webcast no
Website bowlinggreensam.com

WKLX (100.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an Adult Hits format. The station is licensed to Brownsville, Kentucky, USA, and it serves the Bowling Green media market. The station is currently owned by Charles M. Anderson and is a part of the Commonwealth Broadcasting group of radio stations.[2]


The station signed on the air as WAUE on June 1, 1997. It switched to it current WKLX callsign on July 10, 1998, which is about 11 months and 9 days after its inception.[3] The Adult hits format has been part of the station since the call sign change of July 1998, when it adopted the branding "100.7 KLX." it was branded as "Star 100.7" during the mid-2000s. The current 100.7 Sam FM moniker was adopted in 2006.

Its transmitter is located along Kentucky Route 1749 near the Wingfield community of southwestern Edmonson County. It currently shares tower space with low-powered television station WCZU-LD, since Spring 2014.[4]

Broadcast format[edit]

WKLX actually utilizes a non-structured music playlist as an Adult Hits station, a practice similar to that of Murfreesboro, Tennessee-licensed WCJK, 96.3 Jack FM in Nashville. The station is the flagship station of WKU Hilltoppers basketball broadcasts from the Hilltopper IMG Sports Network.


In addition to the main station, WKLX is relayed by an additional translator to widen its broadcast area.[5]

Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
W261BD 100.1 Bowling Green, Kentucky 250 D FCC

WKLX is also broadcast over WWKN, a 650 watt repeater which broadcasts from Morgantown with a frequency of 99.1 MHz.


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