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City of license Cincinnati, Ohio
Broadcast area Cincinnati, Ohio
Branding 92.5 The Fox
Frequency 92.5 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Format Classic rock
ERP 16,000 watts
HAAT 264 meters
Class B
Facility ID 51725
Owner Cumulus Media
(Jacor Broadcasting of Colorado, Inc.)
Sister stations WGRR, WRRM, WNNF, WFTK
Webcast Listen Live

WOFX-FM (92.5 FM) is an American radio station in Cincinnati, Ohio. The station plays a Classic rock format. The station is owned and operated by Cumulus Media. It broadcasts with an effective radiated power of 16,000 watts. It was the FM flagship station of the Cincinnati Bengals thru the 2008 preseason [1] and is the Cincinnati affiliate for the Bob and Tom morning radio show.



The first radio station to broadcast in Cincinnati at 92.5 was WZIP, which signed on August 19, 1964. The format was jazz and news programming from CBS. The format changed to country in 1966. In 1971, the station was sold to Woody Sudbrink, and its call letters changed to WWEZ, with the format changing to beautiful music. This format lasted until 1991 when WWEZ began playing soft rock. A call letter change occurred February 2, 1992 to WIMJ, billed as "Magic 92."[1]

WOFX-FM, "The Fox" began broadcasting on 94.9 July 22, 1988, replacing soft rock station WLLT. In 1994, a rival radio station to WOFX began at the 92.5 dial position, replacing WIMJ (Magic 92)'s soft rock format with a classic rock station dubbed "The Point," with the call sign of WPPT. In 1994, Jacor Communications (later acquired by Clear Channel), purchased WPPT. [2]. Jacor later purchased the intellectual property and callsign of WOFX, moving these to the 92.5 dial position in September 1995. On August 1, 2008, Clear Channel put the station , along with sister station WNNF, up for sale to settle regulatory issues involved in the company's sale to private equity firms.[3] On January 3, 2009, Cumulus Media has been chosen as a buyer and is willing to swap 5 of their radio stations in Wisconsin to make this transaction complete.[4]


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