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Name: WIXY 100.3
Call Letters: WIXY-FM
Dial Position: 100.3
Coverage Area: Danville, Champaign-Urbana

Address:
WIXY 100.32603 West Bradley Ave.
Champaign, IL
61821

Office: (217) 352-4141
Fax: (217) 352-1256
Studio/Contest: (217) 355-3333

Advertising: (217) 352-4141

Operations Manager: Jonathan Drake
Brand Manager: Andy Roberts
News Director: Sarah Addison
Promotions Director: Ryan Leskis
Music Director: Nicole Beals
Holstein & Company: Steve Holstein | Melissa Anfield | Andy Roberts
Sales Manager: Jen Watson
Director – Marketing: Gary Saladino
Chief Engineer: Mark Spalding
HR/Business Manager: Sheila Wetherell
VP/General Manager: Karen Cochrane

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Co-Owned Stations:
WLRW-FM – Mix 94.5 | WCFF – 92.5 The Chief | WIXY-HD2 – eXtra 92.1
WIXY-HD3 – Hits 99.7 | WLRW-HD2 – 97.9 Oldies | WYXY-FM – WYXY Classic 99.1

Owner: Illini Radio Group


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