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CityMacon, Georgia
Broadcast areaCentral Georgia
SloganPositive and Encouraging
Frequency105.5 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date1968 (as WDEN-FM)
FormatContemporary Christian
ERP6,100 watts
HAAT201 m (659 ft)
Facility ID68679
Former callsignsWDEN-FM (1968–2000)
WAYS (2000–05)
WIFN (2005–09)
WROK-FM (2009–16)
OwnerEducational Media Foundation
WebcastListen Live

WLXF (105.5 FM) is a radio station licensed to serve Macon, Georgia.


Prior to September 2009, 105.5 carried a Sports Talk format as ESPN 105.5 The Fan, Middle Georgia's Only 24/7 Sports FM, under the callsign WIFN. On September 3, 2009, WIFN began stunting with TV theme songs, with liners promoting to tune in at 1:05 PM the next day for a big announcement. At that time, WIFN moved to 1500 AM, and 105.5 flipped to mainstream rock as Rock 105.5 with the new callsign WROK-FM. The first song on Rock 105.5 was Know Your Enemy by Green Day.[1]

On March 4, 2016, EMF Broadcasting acquired WROK from Cumulus’ Joule Broadcasting divestment trust for $625,000. EMF would flip WROK-FM to its K-Love network upon closing of the deal.[2] The sale closed and the switch to the K-Love format took place on May 25, 2016. On May 31, 2016, WROK-FM changed their call letters to WLXF.


Until May 25, 2016, along with the previous rock format, WROK-FM remained Macon's FM home for Atlanta Braves baseball and Georgia Bulldogs football.[1][3]

In October 2009, the station picked up The Regular Guys (simulcasted from sister-owned WNNX-FM in nearby Atlanta) for its morning drive slot.


  1. ^ a b "105.5 Macon Becomes WROK "Quality Rock 105.5"". radioINSIGHT.
  2. ^ Station Sales 3/4: EMF Acquires WROK Macon & Swaps With AFA
  3. ^ "Sports is out, "Quality Rock" is in at Macon, Georgia's WIFN". Radio-Info.com. September 4, 2009.

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Coordinates: 32°53′49″N 83°32′06″W / 32.897°N 83.535°W / 32.897; -83.535