Basic Radio Station Information
WKXS 94.5 FM
The Port City's Classic Hits
City of License:
Cumulus Media (Cumulus Licensing LLC)
WKXS is an FM radio station broadcasting at 94.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Leland, NC and is part of the Wilmington, NC radio market. The station airs classic hits music programming and goes by the name "94.5 The Hawk" on the air with the slogan "The Port City's Classic Hits". WKXS is owned by Cumulus Media.
Nearby Radio StationsWBPL 92.7 FM, WLSG 1340 AM, WWIL 1490 AM, WYHW 104.5 FM, 980 The Wave, WMFD 630 AM, WJSS 103.1 FM, WWIL 90.5 FM, WDVV 89.7 FM, WZRF 99.3 FM
Co-Owned Radio Stations in Wilmington, NC
Listener Comments and Reviews
Bruce crump of Molly hatchet has passed on please play a block of songs. He will be missed. Thanks
By: Kevin on March 17, 2015
Change up the set list we hear the same thing everyday it's too repetitive
By: Won't listen anymore on November 2, 2015
It;s slightly better but you still play the same songs over and over. A group like the Rolling Stone has more than 3 songs! Also, I hate your whiny new DJ, Whip (sp?). He's witless.
By: marsha on August 23, 2017
I have enjoyed your station for quite a few years but not so much since the first of the year. That shows you had on before in jockeys where way better than what is going on now. People who listen to classic rock don’t care about winning a trip to the Grammys. You should go back to the way it was. Even the supply houses that I purchased from have change their radio stations. In this case change was not good
By: Ed Schatz on January 11, 2018
I agree with Ed Schatz! The change in the morning show was a bad idea. I could only listen in the mornings. Since JB &B were replaced I have not listened. I gave it a couple of weeks but the new morning show is terrible!
By: Michael on March 1, 2018
Was pleased you finally got rid of John Boy and Billy, but what you just started with is awful. Really just enjoy listening to Classic Rock, not stupid banter, and a bunch of adults giggling, especially in the morning. Won't be listening again.
By: Elaine Warren on March 20, 2019
Post a Comment