Radio Station Information
City of License:
White Lake Broadcasters, Inc
WAXT is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 98.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Whitehall, MI.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
You have the best radio station by far that most of us can't listen to unless were heading north. I know you are a low-power station ,are you going to change that in the near future?
I live a little north of North Muskegon and can not get good reception in my car or home radio. Please do something as your once again the best station in the Muskegon area
By: jerry on August 10, 2020
Listening to oldies this afternoon. Whoever mixes the music is the best I have ever listened to.
The flow of the mix is great.
This is a very talented person or persons who put this together.
I have done a little work on radio and understand this is not easy.
Keep up the good work.
By: Ben Kautz on February 20, 2021
I enjoy listening to your radio station. However, I find it hard to tolerate your "news" coverage. Today's gem was, if Trump had had 4 more years, the southern border would be closed. If you consider this news, keep using SRN, otherwise switch to a real news update.
By: Peter on October 6, 2021
I discovered this station by mistake 2 years ago. No loud DJ. Minimal commercials. Conservative news on the hour. Spirituality/church on Sundays, with no commercial classical music after from 10:00 to 11:00. A dream come true! I'm looking for a song that you play. Google is unable to pick it up the tune. I have no idea who sings it or the name of it. Is a playlist available?
By: Jim on October 17, 2022
Have you considered using a different source for the news updates on the hour? I would prefer a more balanced news source, rather than the current one, which tends to be biased against national and world news, and against moderate views. I listen to your station frequently while in my bedroom or in my car or in my garage working on projects. Thanks for your music.
By: Frank on August 9, 2023
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