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Mid-Michigan radio stations, by format
From the Lansing State Journal, September 25, 2005

Rock (all kinds)
WDBM-FM (88.9): Student station at Michigan State University offers new alternative and college rock as well as shows focused on metal, techno, country, reggae and more. WMMQ-FM (94.9): Classic rock. WFMK-FM (99.1): Light rock ranging from Sheryl Crow to John Mayer to Hootie and the Blowfish. WJXQ-FM (106.1): Rock powerhouse with Nine Inch Nails, Foo Fighters, Staind and more.

Top 40
WJIM-FM (97.5): Britney Spears, "American Idol" winners and whatever else claws itself to the top of the charts.

WITL-FM (100.7): Plays every country artist except the Dixie Chicks, who once picked on President Bush.

WQHH-FM (96.5): Rap, hip-hop and current R&B. WXLA-AM (1180): Softer R&B aimed at grown-up ears.

WVIC-FM (94.1): Classic hits from the likes of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and Crosby, Stills and Nash. WILS-AM (1320): Fifties music and more.

'Mike FM'
WHZZ-FM (101.7): Trendy new format also known as "Jack" or "Bob" that is light on DJs and heavy on a 1,000-plus-song playlist from the 1980s to now.

Jazz and blues
WLNZ-FM (89.7): The Lansing Community College station plays jazz, blues and more, including a growing roster of specialty shows.

WKAR-FM (90.5): Public radio at Michigan State University offers local news, specialty shows such as "All Things Considered" and all kinds of classical.

WKAR-AM (870): Offers "Ondas en Español" from 7:15 a.m. to 9 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays.

WJIM-AM (1240): News. WKAR-AM (870): News and specialty talk shows.

WTXQ-FM (92.1): Sports, simulcast with WQTX-FM (92.7)