WJJQ

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WJJQ
City of license Tomahawk, Wisconsin
Branding Northwoods Radio
Frequency FM: 92.5 MHz
AM: 810 kHz
Translator(s) 100.7 W265BF (Tomahawk, relays AM)
Format FM: Adult Contemporary
AM: Sports
Power AM: 980 watts day
13 watts night
ERP FM: 19,000 watts
HAAT FM: 136 meters
Class FM: C2
AM: D
Facility ID FM: 14981
AM: 25346
Former callsigns FM:
WRJQ (1983-1985)
AM:
WELF
WYYS
Affiliations AM: ESPN Radio
Owner Albert Broadcasting II, Inc
Website www.wjjq.com

WJJQ and WJJQ-FM are a pair of full-service radio stations in Tomahawk, Wisconsin. They are owned by Albert Broadcasting, Inc. The company's FM service broadcasts a mixed adult contemporary and country music format, and the AM station is an ESPN Radio affiliate. The company is a family-owned community radio station. Their slogan is: "Your information and entertainment station of the northwoods." It is a 25,000 watt station that broadcasts at 92.5 MHz. It uses the nickname "The Big Q.". WJJQ (AM), previously used the call letters WYYS, and before that, WELF in the early '70s.

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Coordinates: 45°29′27″N 89°43′36″W / 45.49083°N 89.72667°W / 45.49083; -89.72667