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City Florence, Alabama
Broadcast area Tennessee Valley
Branding KIX96
Slogan "Today's best country and the legends"
Frequency 96.1 FM (MHz)
Format Country
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 238 meters (781 feet)
Class C2
Facility ID 4470
Transmitter coordinates 34°54′17″N 87°24′02″W / 34.90472°N 87.40056°W / 34.90472; -87.40056
Callsign meaning WXFL Florence[1]
Owner Big River Broadcasting
Sister stations WQLT-FM, WSBM, WLVS-FM
Webcast http://v5.player.abacast.com/v5.1/player/index.php?uid=6301
Website http://www.kix96country.com/

WXFL (96.1 FM, "KIX 96") is a country music formatted radio station based in Florence, Alabama, and owned by Big River Broadcasting.[2] WXFL serves Florence and the Tennessee River Valley with and ERP of 20,500 watts.

This station has held the WXFL call sign since 1990.[3] Television station WFLA-TV held this call sign from 1983 to 1989.[4]

WXFL has a simulcast partner, WLVS-FM, in Clifton, Tennessee, which broadcasts on 106.5 FM. WXFL can also be heard around the world through streaming audio on its website.


WXFL is the home for the "Mountain Dew NASCAR Update" which provides listeners with the latest news and rumors from the world of NASCAR. This program is hosted by world-renowned motorsports guru, Crew Chief Corey.

Special Programming includes: "6 O'Clock street party" with David Havens, "Rockin' Country Saturday night" with David Havens, and "Sunday Night Country Classics"

Regular Programming includes Big Farley in the Morning (5a-10a), Sherry St. John (10a-2p), M. Fletcher Brown (2p-6p), and David Havens (6p-12a).

Muscle Shoals to Music Row LIVE- 2 hour LIVE broadcast/webcast featuring top artists and songwriters from Muscle Shoals, music row, and around the world. Live program airs once per month on a Thursday night and past show are rebroadcast on the air the remaining Thursday nights of the month from 8-10pm CST. www.ms2mr.com

WXFL, and its sister station, WQLT-FM, are also affiliates of Fox News Radio.


  1. ^ Nelson, Bob (2008-10-18). "Call Letter Origins". The Broadcast Archive. Retrieved 2008-10-31. 
  2. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. 
  3. ^ "Radio Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 
  4. ^ "TV Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 

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