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City of license Pensacola, Florida
Broadcast area Pensacola, Florida
Mobile, Alabama
Branding TK101
Slogan The Rock Station
Frequency 101.5 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date 1971 (as WBOP-FM)
Format Active Rock
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 488 meters
Class C
Facility ID 61243
Transmitter coordinates 30°36′40.00″N 87°36′26.40″W / 30.6111111°N 87.6073333°W / 30.6111111; -87.6073333
Former callsigns WBOP-FM (1971-1978)
WTKX (1978-1989)
Owner iHeartMedia, Inc.
(Clear Channel Broadcasting Licenses, Inc.)
Sister stations WKSJ-FM, WMXC, WNTM, WRKH, WYCL
Webcast Listen Live
Website tk101.com

WTKX-FM (101.5 FM, "TK101") is an active rock music formatted radio station licensed to serve Pensacola, Florida. The broadcast area reaches far into northwest Florida, nearly all of southwest Alabama and as far as Gulfport, Mississippi.[1]

In November of 2014 the station studio's and broadcast center was moved to in Mobile, Alabama to be consolidated with other Iheartmedia facilities. This is due to iHeartMedia, Inc. shutting down or selling radio stations not located within the top-100 markets. The station's transmitter is near Robertsdale, Alabama.

WTKX features syndicated personalities "Lex & Terry" in morning drive and Iheartmedia's "Premium Content" or syndicated personalities in all other day-parts. Including PM Drive on-air personality "Dump Truck" who broadcast's out of the Tampa Bay area market.

The station broadcasts in HD Radio and carries Nick Radio on HD-2 sub-channel.

WTKX has been a rock radio station for over 33 years.

Before transitioning to syndicated programming, former live and local on-air personalities and alumni include: Mark the Shark, Joel Sampson, Candy, Steve Smith, Strummer, Linda J, Greg Golden, Dave Collins, Bedpan Andy, Rick Allen, Scott Free, Nick at Nite, Rory Suchet, Mike Ondako, Scotty, Suzy Boe, Alex, Lalaine, Linda Lawrence, Elvis Jones, Nick Flynn, Gus Brant and The Breakfast Flakes. Which featured Jeff Stevens and Chip Nelson.

Rory Suchet, a prominent DJ for TK101 in the late 1990s went on to work for CNN Radio Network and is now a news anchor and correspondent for RT (previously known as Russia Today). [1]

Former AM Co-Host Dick Danger, is now a published author.

Long-time TK-101 DJ, Candy was laid off in November 2011 [2], and now works for the Pensacola country music station WYCT 98.7 (Cat Country), where she co-hosts their morning show. [3]


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