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WWXL
City of license Manchester, Kentucky
Slogan Reality Radio XL
Frequency 1450 AM (kHz)
First air date November 1956
Format Talk radio, sports
Power 1000 watts
Affiliations Fox News Radio
ABC Radio Networks
ESPN Radio
Cincinnati Reds Radio Network
Chicago Cubs Radio Network
Owner Juanita Nolan

WWXL (1450 AM) is a radio station licensed to Manchester, Kentucky, broadcasting with a full-time signal of 1,000 watts. The station can be heard in Clay County and in parts of Laurel, Knox, Leslie and Jackson Counties.

The station broadcasts from studios at 103 Third Street in downtown Manchester.

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Programming

WWXL is affiliated with the ESPN Radio network, ABC Radio Networks, Fox News Radio and the radio networks of the Louisville Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds[1] and Chicago Cubs[2].

Mike and Mike in the Morning, The Herd with Colin Cowherd, The Mike Tirico Show, The Sean Hannity Show and the Mark Levin Show[3] are staples of WWXL's weekday lineup.

The station airs Major League Baseball on ESPN Radio including Sunday Night Baseball, Playoff and World Series coverage, the College Football Bowl Championship Series and the Kentucky Derby.

ESPN SportsCenter updates air every 20 minutes, and Fox News Radio updates air at :55 past the hour.

History

Established in 1956, WWXL is Clay County's oldest radio station. The station was originally a daytime-only service assigned to 1580 kHz. It was transferred to 1450 kHz, 24-hour operation and 250 watts in 1958; power increased to the present 1,000 watts in 1959.

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