From their website: (www.channelxradio.com
"Channel X Radio features Local and world news, sports, and weather, plus we play music from six decades!"
The network includes a Full Power FM in Van Buren, in Madawaska, in Caribou, a translator in Fort Kent.. and AM 780 in Monticello. Theire legal id says "The most respected call letters in the county" and right after thhe call letters/city of license, they mention some Canadian towns and also mention the time in "Atlantic" time at the end of the legal ID.
I'm curious as to what kinda arrangement they have with 780, which is the old WREM 710 that just moved to 780 and became WCXJ. Why would an FM Network of mainly music want to be on AM? And, as far as I can tell, Allan Weiner owns WCXJ 780 and doesnt own any part of Channel X Radio.