WXEG-FM (103.9 FM), known as "The "X", is a Active Rock formatted radio station based in Dayton, Ohio, and owned by Clear Channel Communications. The station broadcasts at 103.9 MHz with a low ERP of 2900 Watts. It has three towers located in its city of license of Beavercreek, Ohio, two are auxiliary.
The "X" branding is also used by WZRX-FM 107.5 in Ft. Shawnee formerly owned by Clear Channel Lima for its active rock format.
Both stations along with WERM were sold in 1978 to separate owners with WELX (now southern gospel WGNZ) owned by L&D Broadcasting and WHBM sold to Ohio Broadcast Associates becoming Top-40 formatted WDJX, using the "Xenia/Fairborn/Beavercreek" top of hour ID giving FM competition to Dayton's WING (AM). In 1982 WDJX moved its studios (and eventually its city of license) to Beavercreek, later becoming Hot A/C-formatted "Majic 104" WYMJ-FM. In 1989 WYMJ was purchased by Alan Gray's Dayton Radio, Inc and switched to "Oldies 104".
In the early-1990s it switched to WRVF "The River" with a country format before being overshadowed by the former WHIO-FM becoming WHKO "K-99.1 FM", then switching in the mid 90s to the current WXEG as "103.9 The Edge", introducing the "new rock" format and moving the studios to Dayton's Oregon District. During this time, WXEG with sister stations WONE (AM) and WTUE (FM) went through several ownerships after being sold by Group One to Stoner Broadcasting, American Radio Systems, Entercom and finally Jacor before its merger with Clear Channel.