Infobox Radio station
name = WAMX-FM

city = Milton, West Virginia
area = Huntington, WV
Ashland, KY
Ironton, OH
branding =
slogan = "X106-3 The Tri-States #1 Rock Station"
airdate = 1985-03-15 (as WAEZ-FM)
frequency = 106.3 MHz
format = Active Rock
power =
erp = 1,650 watts
haat = 338 meters
class = B1
facility_id = 60450
coordinates = coord|38|30|21.00|N| 82|12|33.00|W|region:GB_type:city
callsign_meaning = A lbum M i X
former_callsigns = WAEZ-FM (1985-1993)
WZZW (1993-1994)
WFXN (1994-1995)
WZZW-FM (1995-1997)
owner = Clear Channel Communications
(currently sale pending)
licensee = Capstar TX
sister_stations =
webcast = through [http://www.x1063.com x1063.com]
website = [http://www.x1063.com x1063.com]
affiliations =

WAMX (106.3 FM, "X106-3") is an Active Rock music formatted radio station serving the "Tri-State" area of Huntington, West Virginia, Ashland, Kentucky, and Ironton, Ohio. WAMX was formerly owned by AM-FM Licenses, and now owned by Clear Channel Communications, along with WTCR-FM, WTCR-AM, WKEE-FM, WBKS, WBVB-FM, WZZW-AM and WVHU-AM. Currenetly WAMX ranks sixth in the Huntington-Ashland, WV-KY-OH, Metropolitan Statistical Area Arbitron ratings. The station shares a tower in Milton with WZZW-AM. X 106.3 and Clear Channel hold the annual X-Fest, which is located in Huntington's Harris Riverfront Park. X-usually is held around Labor Day. Despite having an ERP of only 1,650 watts, X 106.3's signal can reach Portsmouth, Ohio and Charleston, West Virginia, appearing in the latter's Arbitron ratings. [http://www.arbitron.com/radio_stations/mm151200.asp] Along with other small market owned Clear Channel stations, WAMX is currently up for sale.

External links

*FM station data|WAMX

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