WXSR
Broadcast areaTallahassee, Florida
Frequency101.5 MHz
BrandingX 101.5
Programming
FormatMainstream Rock
Ownership
Owner
WTLY, WFLA-FM, WGMY, WTNT
History
First air date
December 1966 (as WCNH-FM at 101.7)
Former call signs
WCNH-FM (1966-1979)
WWSD (1979-1986)
WIQI (1986-1991)
WFHT (1991-1993)
Former frequencies
101.7 MHz (1966-1992)
Technical information
Facility ID25022
ClassC2
ERP37,000 watts
HAAT149 meters
Transmitter coordinates
30°29′32.00″N 84°17′13.00″W / 30.4922222°N 84.2869444°W / 30.4922222; -84.2869444
Links
WebcastListen Live
Websitex1015.iheart.com

WXSR (101.5 FM) is a commercial radio station in Quincy, Florida, broadcasting to the Tallahassee, Florida area. WXSR airs a Mainstream Rock music format branded as "X 101.5". Its studios and transmitter are located separately on the north side of Tallahassee.

History

In December 1966, its sister-station WCNH-FM was launched running separate programming from its sister station WCNH-AM on 101.7 FM, which moved down to 101.5 FM in 1992. The station brought its own urban contemporary format programming when sister station WWSD-AM flipped to gospel music in the early 1990s. Throughout its early years, its call letters became WWSD-FM in 1979, WIQI in 1986, WFHT in 1991, and the current WXSR in June 1993. Approximately one year later in 1994, its Urban contemporary format was dropped for CHR in the early 2000s for its current mainstream rock format.