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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.

The station is an affiliate of the syndicated Pink Floyd program "Floydian Slip."


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