WPQR

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DWPQR
WBNC (AM) logo.png
City of license Conway, New Hampshire
Broadcast area Concord (Lakes Region) area
Branding Visitor Radio
Translator(s) W237BX/95.3
First air date December 21, 1955
Last air date October 17, 2012
Format Off air, was tourist radio
Power 1,000 watts day
63 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 49203
Transmitter coordinates 43°58′48.00″N 71°6′36.00″W / 43.9800000°N 71.1100000°W / 43.9800000; -71.1100000
Former callsigns WJWG (1955-1957)[1]
WBNC (1957-2012)[2]
WPQR (2012-November 14, 2013)
Former frequencies 1050 kHz
Owner Mt. Washington Radio & Gramophone, L.L.C.
Sister stations WBNC, WMWV, WVMJ

WPQR (1050 AM) was a radio station licensed to Conway, New Hampshire, USA, serving the White Mountains area. The station was last owned by Mt. Washington Radio & Gramophone, L.L.C.,[3] and carried a tourist information format (similar to Highway advisory radio) with a simulcast on broadcast translator W237BX before it went dark on October 17, 2012. The tourist information format, call letters and FM rebroadcast were then transferred to the new station on 1340kHz (then WPQR) which picked up the WBNC call letters. WPQR's license to broadcast was deleted on November 14, 2013 after being surrendered by the licensee on November 6, 2013.

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