On October 4th, WMEX-LP 105.9-FM was honored with the title of “LPFM Station of the Year” by the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters. This recognition was bestowed upon WMEX-LP at the annual convention held in Concord, New Hampshire.
WMEX-LP 105.9-FM plays the best classic rock and roll hits from the 1950s through the 1980s. WMEX-AM was the authority for the hit songs we all loved, back when New Englanders wore bobby sox and poodle skirts. Today, WMEX-LP broadcasts in FM stereo and sounds even better. The voice of the station’s most popular air personality, and one of the most popular in New England, Arnie “Woo Woo” Ginsburg, can still be heard on WMEX-LP 105.9-FM.
The New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters annually awards the Granite Mikes to recognize excellence in radio and television stations across 15 categories. Judged by industry peers, the recognition acknowledges WMEX-LP’s dedication to delivering the best classic rock and roll hits spanning from the 1950s to the 1980s.
WMEX-LP operates as a non-profit radio station, with all on-air personalities serving as volunteers. Supported by underwriting from local businesses and contributions from dedicated listeners, the station remains committed to upholding the legacy of WMEX while supporting local initiatives within the Lilac City, notably Rochester Rotary.