WDKX 1039

WDKX 1039

WDKX is an independent contemporary black-owned radio station broadcasting from Rochester, New York with a frequency of 103.9 MHz and an effective radiation power of 800 watts. The station's studios are located just east of downtown Rochester on Main Street. The transmitter tower is located on the Xerox Tower in the city center. WDKX chose its call signs to honor black heroes ("D" for Frederick Douglass, "K" for Martin Luther King Jr. and "X" for Malcolm X). Monroe County Broadcasting Co., LTD. In 1968, a company set up to compete in Monroe County, New York for the available 103.9 FM frequency. WDKX began broadcasting on April 6, 1974 at 5:30 pm. WDKX has been in the same ownership since its foundation. Andrew A. Langston, founder and former owner and CEO of WDKX, received the "Rochester Radio Broadcaster of the Year" award, the "Pioneer" award from the National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters, and was inducted into the "New York State Broadcasters Hall "recorded of Fame" opening class. WDKX 1039, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri formatında yayınlanan, yayınlanan bir radyo istasyonudur Urban

WDKX 1039
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