|Broadcast area||Richmond, Virginia
|Slogan||Richmond's Home of the Redskins|
|First air date||1947|
|Power||3,900 Watts daytime
45 Watts nighttime
|Callsign meaning||W EX GI
former owners were retired Army
NBC Sports Radio
Compass Media Networks
Sports USA Radio Network
(Radio One Licenses, LLC.)
In 2006, the station was purchased by Red Zebra Broadcasting, which is owned by Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder. Former CEO of Red Zebra, Bennett Zier, stated at the time, "I am excited about our continued growth and our new ability to serve loyal Redskins fans in and around Richmond. WXGI is the perfect addition to our new group of radio stations."
ESPN 950 is part of the Redskins Radio Network, which carries all Redskins games throughout the season. The station also broadcasts local sports talk every weekday, including "SportsPhone with Big Al", "The Sports Huddle with Bob Black" and "Hardly Workin' with Greg Burton". In addition, they carry Richmond Spiders sports, Washington Nationals baseball, and the various properties syndicated by ESPN Radio, including Monday Night Football, MLB, NBA, and the College Football Playoff.
On April 26, 2017, Radio One purchased WXGI from Red Zebra. 
- "FCC Broadcast Applications April 26, 2017" (PDF). FCC. Retrieved 4 May 2017.
- , ESPN950am.com.
- "ESPN RADIO IN RICHMOND TO BECOME AVAILABLE ON THE FM DIAL STARTING FEBRUARY 1ST, 2014". WXGI-AM.
- "Radio One buys Richmond AM from Red Zebra". All Access. Retrieved 4 May 2017.