Tri-Cities Tennessee Virginia Market
 
Lying along the Tennessee-Virginia border and surrounded by the beautiful Appalachian Mountains, the Tri-Cities region offers many of the amenities of larger cities while keeping its small town charm. Making up the Tri-Cities are Johnson City, Kingsport and Bristol. Johnson City, the larger of the three, is home to East Tennessee State University and the Mountain Home Veterans Administration Hospital. Kingsport is known for Eastman Chemical and its companion Holston Army Ammunition Plant. The twin cities of Bristol lie along the Tennessee-Virginia state line with Virginia on one side of State Street through the downtown and Tennessee on the other. Thousands of fans come to Bristol for NASCAR racing at the world’s fastest half mile – Bristol Motor Speedway. The Tri-Cities is ranked by Arbitron as radio market Number 114 with a metro 12-plus population of approximately 480,000. Bristol Broadcasting Company operates seven radio stations in the Tri-Cities market region.
 
  96.9 WXBQ...Number One by a country mile! WXBQ plays Today's New Country and has a strong news commitment with a full local news staff, daily traffic reports, Fox Radio Network national news, and Al Archer Weather. Add WXBQ's community involvement and an airstaff made up of talented and creative individuals who know how to entertain and you can see why in survey after survey, year after year, WXBQ continues to be the Tri-Cities favorite radio station.  
 
  Today's Hottest Music...now playing on Electric 94.9! Electric 94.9 is a fun, upbeat staion playing Today’s Hottest Music. It’s the Tri-Cities' favorite station for artists like Kelly Clarkson, Lady Gaga, The Blackeyed Peas, Justin Timberlake, Rihanna, Nickelback, Pink, and Daughtry. Electric 94.9 targets active young adults ages 18 to 49 and delivers extremely well in this very popular demo with strong spillover in the 25 to 54 cell.  
 
  99.3 The X...playing today’s Alternative hits by artists like Mumford & Sons, Imagine Dragons, The Lumineers, Fall Out Boy, Cold Play, Lorde, Foo Fighters, Green Day, and Kongos. 99.3 The X is a male leaning station and its music is immensely popular with young adults, particularly the 18 to 34 year olds, a demographic extremely loyal to the station playing their favorite music.  
 
  News, talk, information 24 seven. That's SuperTalk WFHG! In addition to offering a line-up of national broadcasting talents including Glen Beck, Mike Gallagher, Hugh Hewitt, Sean Hannity, and George Noory, SuperTalk WFHG involves listeners during locally hosted programs including The Scotty Campbell Show and Quaintance & Company. Add to that an experienced, aggressive news team and you have a SuperTalk radio station!  
 
  105.3 The Beat is the Tri-Cities Rhythmic Station! All across town…on treadmills for their morning exercise, in their cars to and from work, in restaurants, on campus, and in the parks…folks are moving to the Beat! 105.3 The Beat plays an uptown blend of Rhythmic Top-40, Hip-hop, R&B and dance from the biggest artists on the planet. Listeners also enjoy old-school throwbacks, too! The Beat is scores well in a broad set of demographics in ages 18 through 55.  
 
 

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