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Broadcast area  Champlain Valley
ERP  25,000 watts
Class  C3
City of license  Burlington
Owner  Sison Broadcasting
First air date  November 16, 1984
HAAT  72 meters (236 feet)
Frequency  95.5 MHz
Format  Top 40
Branding  95 Triple X

Callsign meaning  XXX নেকেট= Triple X (the branding of the station)
Slogan  Vermont's hit radio station
Call sign meaning  XXX= Triple X (the branding of the station)

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WXXX (95.5 MHz, "95 Triple X") is an FM radio station licensed to South Burlington, Vermont and serving the Champlain Valley of Vermont and New York. On air and in advertisements the station is known as "95 Triple X." The station is owned by Sison Broadcasting, and it airs a contemporary hit radio/Top 40 format. Studios and offices are on Mallets Bay Avenue in Colchester, Vermont.


WXXX's logo with a yellow, blue, and red text color- "95 Triple X" and under it is the "Burlington & Plattsburgh's Hit Music station"

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WXXX's logo with a yellow, blue, and red text color- "95 Triple X" with a white background

From the 1950s into the late 1970s the WXXX call sign was assigned to an AM station at 1310 kHz in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. (That station is no longer on the air.)

WXXX's logo with a white text color "95 Triple X" with a black background

On November 16, 1984, WXXX (95 Triple-X) first signed on the air. The first song was "Start Me Up" by The Rolling Stones. WXXX was at first authorized by the Federal Communications Commission to operate at 3,000 watts on 95.3 MHz. At that time it was owned by several well-known Vermont broadcasters including Howard Ginsberg, John Hughes and John Nichols. They sold the station in 1986 to a Boston-based company. It was subsequently sold again to Atlantic Ventures, another Boston-based firm. After that it was purchased by the owners of 620 WVMT in Burlington, Vermont. In the early 1990s WXXX upgraded its signal, increasing power to 25,000 watts and moving one notch up the dial to 95.5 MHz. Although the station is licensed to South Burlington, WXXX's offices and studios are located in Colchester along with co-owned WVMT.

A poster for the opening of the W AMSTERDAM with the WXXX in September 2015 with a caption, "Wet deck summer series presents WXXX. A party to celebrate the opening of W Amsterdam featuring Funkerman Franky Rizardo" and on the bottom are some information about the party".

WXXX was the birthplace of many radio careers including John Brooks, Lana Wilder, Jon "Jag" Gray, Jonathan Channell, Mike Czarny, Michael Maze, Artie the One Man Party, Matthew "LA" Reid, Michael Mann, Troy Shannon, Keith Rice, John "Lucas" Grinnell, Scott Osbourne, Jeff Thomas, Lisa B, Josh "JB Goode" Goodman, Dena Yasner, Ken Benson, Rob Dawes, Skip Church, Walt Speck, Joe Taylor and Rob Poulin.

WXXX's logo with a green, blue, and gray text color- "95 Triple X" with a white background

A piece of information about the WXXX abbreviation which stands for FM-95.5, South Burlington, Vermont from with a gray background
WXXX's logo, "95 Triple X- WXXX 95.5 fm" written on the board with black text color and a yellow and blue background

WXXX's logo with a yellow, blue, and red text color- "95 Triple X" with a black background


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