WBEE-FM (92.5 FM) is a country music formatted radio station in the Rochester, New York, radio market. It is owned by Entercom Communications, who acquired the station from Sinclair Broadcasting in 1999. The station adopted its current format in April 1987. Prior to becoming WBEE the station had a variety of formats including all news WNWZ and then better known album rock format Magic 92 as WMJQ until flipping to a pop format Q92 and eventually to country as WBEE. The station's studios are located at High Falls Studios downtown, and its transmitter tower is in Penfield, New York.
The station is usually 1 or 2 in listenership in the Rochester area according to Arbitron.
The award winning Morning Show, "The BEE Morning Coffee Club" weekdays 5:30am to 10am, is hosted by Terry Clifford (T-Bird), Steve Hausmann (House), and Jeremy Newman (Newman). The Midday Shift 10-3pm is hosted by Jesse, followed by Billy Kidd for the afternoon drive, Jesse also holds down the evening shift (via voicetracking), and "Big Daddy" Dave Beck runs the overnight duties until the morning.