WXBQ-FM

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WXBQ-FM
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City of licenseBristol, Virginia
Broadcast areaTri-Cities
Branding"96.9 WXBQ"
Slogan"There's Only One 24 Carrot Country"
Frequency96.9 FM MHz
First air date1945
FormatCountry
Power75,000 Watts
HAAT683 meters (2,241 ft)
ClassC
Facility ID6876
Transmitter coordinates38°57′22.0″N 77°4′57.0″W / 38.956111°N 77.082500°W / 38.956111; -77.082500
Former callsignsWFHG-FM (?-1978)
OwnerBristol Broadcasting Company, Inc.
Sister stationsWAEZ, WFHG, WFHG-FM, WLNQ, WNPC, WTZR
WebcastWXBQ-FM Webstream
WebsiteWXBQ-FM Online
 
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WXBQ-FM
WXBQ-FM 2014.png
City of licenseBristol, Virginia
Broadcast areaTri-Cities
Branding"96.9 WXBQ"
Slogan"There's Only One 24 Carrot Country"
Frequency96.9 FM MHz
First air date1945
FormatCountry
Power75,000 Watts
HAAT683 meters (2,241 ft)
ClassC
Facility ID6876
Transmitter coordinates38°57′22.0″N 77°4′57.0″W / 38.956111°N 77.082500°W / 38.956111; -77.082500
Former callsignsWFHG-FM (?-1978)
OwnerBristol Broadcasting Company, Inc.
Sister stationsWAEZ, WFHG, WFHG-FM, WLNQ, WNPC, WTZR
WebcastWXBQ-FM Webstream
WebsiteWXBQ-FM Online

WXBQ-FM is a Country formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Bristol, Virginia, serving the Tri-Cities.[1] WXBQ-FM is owned and operated by Bristol Broadcasting Company, Inc.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Arbitron Station Information Profiles". Nielsen Audio/Nielsen Holdings. Retrieved January 23, 2014. 
  2. ^ "WXBQ Facility Record". Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved January 23, 2014. 

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