WZLX 100.7 is a classic radio broadcaster based in Boston, Massachusetts. The broadcaster locally broadcasts for the public of the Greater Boston on the satellite frequency of 100.7 MHz on the FM dial. Digitally, the station can be heard on HD Radio and also through its web portal which is accessible throughout the world. You can also find the channel by the brand name “100.7 WZLX” and marketed by the slogan “Boston’s Classic Rock,” because of its Classic Rock format.
iHeartMedia is the owner of all assets of the broadcaster along with its sister stations WBWL, WJMN, WBZ, WKAF, WXKS, WRKO, and WXKS-FM. The station offers syndicated shows from Premiere Networks as well as local shows, which are produced at its studios in Medford. The transmitter of the channel is established at the top of the Prudential Tower. The licensed effective radiated power of the channel is 21,500 watts.
WZLX 100.7 was launched in October of 1948 as WCOP-FM. The radio holds the credit of being one of America’s first Classic Rock FM station. Some previously used monikers of the radio are WCOP-FM, WTTK, WHUE-FM, WCOZ, and WKKT. Its current callsign was adopted in mid-October 1985. The B-class station is currently working as a prominent entity of the market with noticeable listeners. Followers can also get updates from its social media accounts.