Infobox Radio station
name = WJHX
city = Lexington,
branding = "La Doble X"
frequency = 620 (kHz)
power = 5,000
99 watts (night)
class = D
facility_id = 14051
coordinates = coord|34|58|37|N|87|22|10|W
former_callsigns = WWLX, WKLI, WZNN
owner = Bar Broadcasting, Inc.
WJHX (620 AM, "La Doble X") is a
Spanish language Mexican Regionalmusic formatted radio stationin Lexington, Alabama, broadcasting with 5,000 watts on the 620 kHz frequency. It primarily serves the Huntsville, Alabama, market. It is owned by Bar Broadcasting, Inc., which also owns WZGXin Birmingham, Alabama.
The station was assigned the WJHX
call lettersby the Federal Communications Commissionon May 13, 2004. cite web |url=http://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/cgi-bin/ws.exe/prod/cdbs/pubacc/prod/call_hist.pl?Facility_id=14051 |title=Call Sign History |work=FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database]
The station is one of three in the area that broadcast in Spanish. The others are WKAC 1080 AM in
Athens, Alabama, which broadcasts part-time in English, and WYAM 890 AM in Hartselle, Alabama. The format is listed as "Mexican Regional" in the Fall 2007 Arbitronsurvey.
In early 2002, the then-WZNN was sold to Manuel Huerta by Richard Dabney for a reported sale price of $100,000. [ cite web |url=http://www.broadcastingcable.com/article/CA199376.html |title=Changing Hands |author=BIA Financial Networks |work=Broadcasting & Cable |date=2002-03-04]
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