WQAK

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WQAK
City of license Union City, Tennessee
Broadcast area Jackson TN area
Branding The Quake
Frequency 105.7 MHz
Format Alternative
ERP 6,000 watts
HAAT 94 meters
Class A
Facility ID 68611
Transmitter coordinates 36°31′7.00″N 89°5′41.00″W / 36.5186111°N 89.0947222°W / 36.5186111; -89.0947222
Former callsigns WLJJ (1993-1994)
WWUC (1994-1998)
Owner Thunderbolt Broadcasting Company
Website http://www.wcmt.com/

WQAK (105.7 FM, "The Quake") is a radio station broadcasting an Alternative format. Licensed to Union City, Tennessee, USA, the station serves the Jackson TN area and Ken Tenn area. The station is owned by Thunderbolt Broadcasting Company.[1]

History[edit]

The station began broadcasting as WLJJ on February 10, 1993 and changed its call letters February 11, 1994 to WWUC, On December 11, 1998 to the current WQAK,[2]

In addition to its alternative rock format, "The Quake" WQAK FM airs Union City high school sports and Tennessee Titans football.

The radio station is owned by Thunderbolt Broadcasting which also operates KTYN-FM 104.9FM in Union City, Tennessee and WCMT AM 1410, WCMT-FM 101.3 and WCDZ-FM 95.1 in Martin, Tennessee.

The WQAK-FM and KYTN-FM studios are located at 223 Westgate Drive in Union City, Tennessee. Thunderbolt Broadcasting purchased KYTN (formerly WYVY FM) and WQAK-FM stations December 27, 2005 from Twin States Broadcasting. WQAK FM 105.7 also broadcasts its programming on 107.9 FM. Paul Freeman Tinkle is the President of Thunderbolt Broadcasting. The radio stations have a full time news department.

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