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Saga Communications of  Illinois, LLC. d.b.a. Illini Radio Group WIXY-HD2
If you have questions about Extra 92.1, here’s how you contact us:

Mailing Address
Extra 92.1
2603 West Bradley Ave.
Champaign, IL 61821

Business Info
Illini Radio Group
Office #: (217) 352-4141
Fax #: (217) 352-1256

Administrative Staff
Operations Manager: Jonathan Drake
Brand Manager: Doug Jean
Promotions Director: Ryan Leskis
Sales Manager: Jen Watson
Production Director: Orion Buckingham
Director – Marketing: Gary Saladino
Chief Engineer: Mark Spalding
HR/Business Manager: Sheila Wetherell
VP/General Manager: Karen Cochrane

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2603 West Bradley Ave. Champaign, IL 61821

Co-Owned Stations:

WIXY 100.3
REWIND 92.5
WYXY Classic 99.1
Oldies 97.9
MIX 94.5
Hits 99.7

Owner: Illini Radio Group / Saga Communications

 

 


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