Radio Station Information
City of License:
MacDonald (The Macdonald Broadcasting Company)
WXLA is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1180 KHz. The station is licensed to Dimondale, MI and is part of the Lansing, MI radio market. The station broadcasts Adult Standards programming. WXLA is owned by MacDonald.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Lansing, MI
Listener Comments and Reviews
I like this station and I like the lady who is giving the local news today 7/11/13. She dose the weekend weather too.
By: Jeff on July 11, 2013
By: michael pressley on January 11, 2014
I really enjoy Jeff R. in the morning...I usually listen from 8 am. to 3 pm.
By: Dr. Alice on August 30, 2014
Where is Jeff Rollins the morning man?
By: R Shockey on September 15, 2015
I just happened onto this station while dialing around for a good music station...It's so great to hear good music from the past, with understandable lyrics, good melodies, easy to remember and sing along.....I'm so grateful for a pleasant station for listening of wonderful musical memories . Thank you!!
N.P. Anderson Lansing, MI
By: Nancy Patricia Anderson on July 23, 2016
Was listening to your station clear as a bell on my old Hallicrafter shortwave reciever.
By: keith on February 19, 2017
Love listening to your music and news. I would like to comment on the Consumer's high rates that was discussed this week and it wasn't just the colder weather, I have a 960 sq. home and my electric and gas bill in December was $248.00 ! My gas usage was $60. and the distribution was $58.00. My electric usage was $50.00 and the distribution charge was $25.00. That 'distribution' charge is for delivering the gas and electric to your house, via power and gas lines! So I paid $83. for it to be 'delivered'. This is not right, this is unnecessary charges, price gouging. We can't contract with another utility, what can we do about it? BTW, it was approved by the Michigan Public Service Commission.
By: Lou from Eagle on February 16, 2018
I love the station format. AM LIVES! Thank God. Easy on the ears, good selection and not all the worthless bla, bla, bla. Makes my move to Lansing even better. Old songs I miss and love very much. We were young and it was better. Thanks.
By: BigDan on April 26, 2018
What a great mix of music. Songs I forgot that I loved to hear. Thanks for the great music line-up. Keep up the great work
By: Mark on May 17, 2018
I just want you to know how much I enjoy listening to this channel. I just happened onto it, through riding in a transport vehicle, where the driver had WXLA tuned in. I love this easy listening music. So many GREAT songs from the past, and GREAT artists....Keep up the good work! Thank you.
By: Dan Southwell on August 7, 2018
I wish they would play Big Band music. All the 60’s and 70’s love songs get pretty dull. I started listening because they used to play it. No matter your age-Big Band is great to hear.
By: Janet on February 4, 2019
Enough of Barry Manilow! I’m to the point I’m running to the turn it off. That’s why I don’t listen to MMQ anymore, overplay Rush and Supertramp. Love listening to the fun music of the mid seventies,
By: Karl snyder on May 11, 2019
What has happened to the 1180 play list? The music has changed. I don't hear the old favorites that I grew to love. I am very disappointed.
By: Kathleen Kempel on August 7, 2020
I noticed a format change a few days prior. While I will still listen from time to time, I am very disappointed that the "timeless favorites" format has been abandoned. Why could you not leave the am 1180 alone and only launch the new format on FM radio?
By: Patrick Cassidy on August 9, 2020
I am disappointed the station has decided to change its format. I enjoyed the previous format with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and various other greats from the 60's, 70"s and 80"s.
By: Bruce Bracey on August 14, 2020
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