WTBX

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WTBX
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City Hibbing, Minnesota
Broadcast area Iron Range
Branding 93.9 WTBX
Slogan 93.9 WTBX Music!
Frequency 93.9 FM (MHz)
First air date 1982
Format Commercial; Hot AC
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 162 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 73172
Callsign meaning "The Northland's #1 Music Station"
Owner Duey E. Wright
(Midwest Communications, Inc.)
Sister stations WMFG, WMFG-FM, WNMT, WUSZ
Website wtbx.com

WTBX (93.9 FM) is a U.S. radio station in Hibbing, Minnesota, serving the Iron Range region. The station is owned by Midwest Communications and airs a hybrid format of Hot AC and Modern AC. In 2008 the station began leaning Adult Top 40 during the evening hours with the addition of tracks topping CHR charts, similar to KBMX in Duluth, MN. Formerly WTBX was CHR during the 1980s and had a relay transmitter on 97.7 FM in Duluth, MN.

Midwest also owns five radio stations on the Iron Range; WMFG, WMFG-FM, WNMT, WTBX, WUSZ. All six stations share the same studio location at 807 W. 37th Street, Hibbing.

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Midwest Communications also owns WUSZ, WMFG, WMFG-FM, and WNMT on the Iron Range. All five stations, along with the former KMFG, were sold to Midwest for $5.4 million.

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Coordinates: 47°22′23″N 93°00′50″W / 47.373°N 93.014°W / 47.373; -93.014