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WLXN (1440 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a classic hits format. Licensed to Lexington, North Carolina, US, it serves the Piedmont Triad area. The station is currently owned by Davidson County Broadcasting. Its programming is also simulcast on translators, W260BG (99.9 FM) and W291DD (106.1 FM).

CityLexington, North Carolina
Broadcast areaPiedmont Triad
BrandingMajic 99.9
Frequency1440 kHz
Translator(s)99.9 W260BG (Lexington)
106.1 W291DD (Lexington)
First air dateSeptember 22, 1946[1]
FormatClassic Hits
Power5,000 watts day
1,000 watts night
Facility ID15838
Transmitter coordinates35°50′2″N 80°14′1″W / 35.83389°N 80.23361°W / 35.83389; -80.23361
35°49′56″N 80°17′14″W / 35.83222°N 80.28722°W / 35.83222; -80.28722 (night)
Callsign meaningW LeXingtoN
Former callsignsWBUY (September 22, 1946-January 1, 1984)[2]
Affiliations24/7 FUN
OwnerDavidson County Broadcasting Company, Inc.
Sister stationsWWLV
WebcastListen Live

The station broadcasts local high school sports and University of North Carolina games.



Originally, this station was called WBUY. In 1984, when co-owned WLXN-FM became WKOQ, the AM became WLXN and played Southern gospel and later soft adult contemporary music; then WLXN changed to news/talk.

In 2010, several months after co-owned Majic 94.1 dropped oldies, that station's web site announced oldies were returning, on WLXN.[3] The change took place on February 28, 2011.[4]

On November 19, 2014 WLXN rebranded as "Majic 99.9". The station has also switched from Kool Gold to Tom Kent's 24/7 FUN. Max McGann and Ralph Shaw continued hosting the morning show until August 2015. The AM tower moved to the northern part of Davidson County, and the FM translator received a signal increase. In January 2016, Willie Edwards and Corie Odden took over the morning show.[5][6] Following Odden's departure in mid-2016, Leanne Petty joined Edwards on Majic Mornings in October.


Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
W260BG 99.9 Lexington, North Carolina 250 D FCC
W291DD 106.1 Lexington, North Carolina 250 D FCC

W260BG's license is currently held by Educational Media Foundation, which programs WLXN's sister station, WWLV.



  1. ^ Broadcasting/Cablecasting Yearbook, 1984, B-187.
  2. ^ "Call Sign History". Retrieved 2010-08-10.
  3. ^ "Homepage - WTHZ". Retrieved 2010-08-10.
  4. ^ "New Oldies Station On Air". February 28, 2011. Retrieved February 28, 2011.
  5. ^ WLXN Resurrects Majic Branding
  6. ^ "Radio station changes marketing name to MAJIC". The Dispatch. November 19, 2014. Retrieved November 20, 2014.

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