|Broadcast area||Crystal River-Homosassa Springs, Florida|
|Branding||96.7 The Fox|
First air date
|April 20, 1998 (as WAZN at 96.3)|
Former call signs
|96.3 MHz (1998-2012)|
Call sign meaning
|XOF = FOX spelled backwards|
|HAAT||132 meters (433 ft)|
WXOF (96.7 MHz) is a commercial FM radio station licensed to Yankeetown, Florida. The station is owned by WGUL-FM, Inc. It airs a classic rock radio format. It sometimes describes itself on the air as "classic hits" but it plays popular classic rock tracks from the 1970s and 80s, with no pop or dance songs. WXOF carries the syndicated Nights with Alice Cooper classic rock radio show on weekday evenings.
The station went on the air as WAZN on 1998-04-20. On 1998-07-10, the station changed its call sign to WBKX, on 1999-01-11 to the current WXOF. Before switching to classic hits, it was a country music station.
On December 7, 2012, WXOF upgraded its signal by moving from 96.3 FM to 96.7 FM and raising effective radiated power from 3,500 watts to 14,500 watts.