WZXR

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WZXR
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City of license South Williamsport, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Williamsport, Pennsylvania
Branding 99.3 & 103.7 WZXR
Slogan "The Susquehanna Valley's Home of Rock & Roll"
Frequency 99.3 MHz
First air date 1991
Format Rock
ERP 410 watts
HAAT 377 meters
Class A
Facility ID 61180
Former callsigns WMPT-FM (1981-1983)
WFXX-FM (1983-1991)
Owner Backyard Broadcasting Williamsport Licensee, LLC
Webcast Listen Live
Website wzxr.com

WZXR (99.3 FM) is a rock music formatted radio station licensed to serve Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The station is owned by Backyard Broadcasting Williamsport Licensee, LLC. The station bills itself as "Susquehanna Valley's Home of Rock and Roll".

Notable on air personalities include The Bob and Tom Show, John Finn, Ian Emerson, and Mike Matthews. Programming includes Flashback, In The Studio, Dee Snider's The House of Hair, and WZXR is also a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers Football Network.

WZXR was launched in September 1991 with the song "Long Live Rock" by The Who and air-personality Bubba (Dan Bozyk).

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Coordinates: 41°12′43″N 76°57′14″W / 41.212°N 76.954°W / 41.212; -76.954