WXFX (95.1 FM) branded as “95.1 The Fox” is an American broadcasting station licensed to entertain the population of Prattville (Alabama.) At present, the station is under the ownership of Cumulus Media while Cumulus Licensing LLC retains the broadcast license. The WXFX has its studios on the 3rd floor of The Colonial Financial Center downtown (Montgomery), whereas the transmission tower is to the northwest of Montgomery.
About 95.1 The Fox:
95.1 The Fox started its broadcast as WQIM in 1977. Its slogan is “Montgomery’s Rock Station.” WXFX has a translator named 102.3 W272CO, which relays in HD4 in Montgomery. Being a digital service, the station streams in HD1, HD2, HD3, and HD4 airing mainstream rock, sports, news/talk, respectively. The meaning of its callsign is W X FoX. It occupied the 95.3 frequency from 1977 to 1989. 95.1 The Fox has five sister stations viz, WLWI, WHHY-FM (Y102), WMSP, WLWI-FM, and WMXS.
In addition to airing mainstream rock, WXFX also broadcasts local news and events. Luminary on-air presenters include John Boy and Billy with the famous “The Big Show” and Rick Hendrick. Besides its on-air transmission, the station also streams online for worldwide listeners.
WXFX is a class C2 station with facility ID 17479 on the FM band at a frequency of 95.1. 95.1 The Fox is also available in HD. In local areas, the station’s predicted coverage is 20, whereas, in far-flung regions, its listening range is 40 miles in the daytime. 95.1 The Fox operates with a sufficient radiated power of 5400 Watts. It transmits digital signals from a non-directional antenna. The FCC granted it the license to broadcast on March 30, 1981, which would expire on March 20, 2007. The transmitting coordinates of the radio channel are 32.403749, -86.196355.