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City Jacksonville Beach
Broadcast area Jacksonville
Branding 1010 XL 92.5 FM
Frequency AM: 1010 kHz
FM: 92.5 MHz
Format Sports
Power AM: 50,000 watts (day)
30,000 watts (night)
ERP FM: 1,700 watts
HAAT FM: 191 meters
Class AM: B
Facility ID AM: 63600
FM: 22005
Transmitter coordinates AM: 30°17′57″N 82°0′26″W / 30.29917°N 82.00722°W / 30.29917; -82.00722
FM: 30°16′34″N 81°33′51″W / 30.27611°N 81.56417°W / 30.27611; -81.56417
Former callsigns AM: WBIX, WXTL, WIOJ
Affiliations ESPN Radio
Jacksonville Jaguars
Jacksonville Dolphins
North Florida Ospreys
Georgia Bulldogs
Owner AM: Seven Bridges Radio, LLC
FM: River City Broadcasting, LLC
Webcast AM: Listen Live
FM: Listen Live
Website 1010xl.com

WJXL and WJXL-FM are the call signs of two radio stations broadcasting to the Jacksonville area on 1010 AM and 92.5 FM. Both stations are licensed in Jacksonville Beach, with WJXL licensed to Seven Bridges Radio, LLC and WJXL-FM licensed to River City Broadcasting, LLC. The stations are branded as 1010 XL 92.5 FM and broadcast a sports format. The station's studios and FM transmitter are co-located on Hogan Road in the city's Arlington section, while the AM transmitter is in Baldwin.


WJXL simulcasts nearly all the same programming on both stations. Most programming consists of local sports talk and game broadcasts. The remaining programming includes ESPN Radio, Jacksonville Dolphins football and men's basketball, North Florida Ospreys baseball and men's basketball, and Georgia Bulldogs football.[1]

Both the AM and FM stations became the new flagship radio station for the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars in 2014, replacing WOKV in that capacity.


  1. ^ "Bulldog Radio Network Affiliates". Georgia Bulldogs. Retrieved 4 February 2013. 

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