|City||Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania|
|Broadcast area||Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania and surrounding area|
|Slogan||"You can't judge a station by the size of its tower."|
|First air date||2004-07-01|
|Callsign meaning||WX Cambridge Springs|
|Owner||Cambridge Community Radio Association|
Broadcasting began July 1, 2004. The primary educational functions are to diversify the community's culture and raise awareness of a broad base of local issues. CCRA'S function is to facilitate and administrate educational, community-oriented local radio programming through an FCC licensed LP100 radio station. Programming will include locally originated music from area college and high school bands and choirs, as well as other local musicians. High school student radio programming and high school sports newscasting has been fostered. Religious education, agricultural and conservation education, community public service announcements and local newscasts are also goals and accomplishments that increase cultural awareness and foster educational diversity on the local level.
WXCS is an original independent-noncommercial-local radio station. In January, 2014 WXCS obtained a Comrex remote broadcast system and will embark upon new remote broadcasts ranging from music to sports and beyond.
- Thompson, Lisa (2007-09-24). "Friends make 100-watt radio station crackle with life". Erie Times-News. Retrieved 2007-09-24.
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WXCS
- Radio-Locator information on WXCS-LP
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WXCS
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