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City of license Bonita Springs, Florida
Broadcast area Fort Myers-Naples-Marco Island, Florida
Branding 96 K-Rock
Frequency 96.1 (MHz) (also on HD Radio)
First air date 1986 as WRXK previously Q95
Format WRXK: Classic rock
WRXK-HD2: Blues/Southern Rock and Outlaw Country
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 341 meters
Class C
Facility ID 73976
Affiliations Miami Dolphins
Owner Beasley Broadcast Group
Sister stations WJBX, WJPT, WWCN, WXKB
Webcast Listen Live

WRXK-FM is a commercial radio station located in Estero, Florida, broadcasting to the Fort Myers, Naples, Marco Island Florida area on 96.1 FM. WRXK-FM airs 70's, 80's and 90's classic rock music format branded as "96 K-Rock". Known for big shows and hard rock it is now South West Florida's home for the BRN (Bubba Radio Network) airing the Bubba The Love Sponge Show syndicated from Tampa, Florida and 20 year market vets Stan and Haney in the afternoon. Rounding off the air-talent staff would be Mark Steele Middays and the rock vixen, Lyndsey at night.

96 k rock airs Miami Dolphins football. Dolphins previously aired on co-owned 770 ESPN until they started airing NASCAR races on Sundays. 96 k rock also airs the House of Hair hosted by Dee Snider lead singer of the 80's rock band Twisted Sister Saturday nights starting at 10.

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