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City Jefferson City, Tennessee
Broadcast area Knoxville, Tennessee
Frequency 99.3 MHz
First air date 1977
Format Classic rock
ERP 200 watts
HAAT 199 meters
Class A
Facility ID 18403
Former callsigns WNDD (1992-1994)
WUSK (2/1994-9/1994)
WEZG (1994-2004)
Owner Lakeway Broadcasting, LLC

WNRX (99.3 FM) is a radio station in Jefferson City, Tennessee and is owned by Lakeway Broadcasting, LLC and airs a classic rock format.


WSBM played gospel music in 1979. WKJQ Q-99 was adult contemporary and WJFC-FM played country music. WNDD played smooth jazz along with WNOX-FM, with the two stations calling themselves "Double 99". Then WNDD played country again with the letters WUSK "US-99". As WEZG, the station was adult contemporary "Easy 99", then CHR "Electric 99", and country once again as "I-99", followed by oldies and Spanish.

According to RadioDiscussions.com, WNRX is currently silent. On April 11, 2014, it was reported that Cumulus Media had sold WNRX to Lakeway Broadcasting for $15,000.[1] On October 22, 2014 WNRX launched a classic rock format. WNRX is currently broadcasting "Classic Rock and Sports" with the sports emphasis being on University of Tennessee and Jefferson County Schools athletics.


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