WSLQ

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WSLQ
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City of license Roanoke, Virginia
Broadcast area New River Valley
Southwest Virginia
Branding "Q99"
Slogan "The Best Mix of the 80s, 90s, and Today"
Frequency 99.1 MHz
First air date November 1, 1947[1]
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 200,000 Watts
(with Beam tilt)
HAAT 598 Meters
Class C
Facility ID 41112
Transmitter coordinates 37°11′41.48″N 80°9′21.15″W / 37.1948556°N 80.1558750°W / 37.1948556; -80.1558750
Former callsigns WSLS-FM (1947-1969)
Owner Mel Wheeler, Inc.
Sister stations WFIR, WLNI, WSLC-FM, WVBB, WVBE, WVBE-FM, WXLK
Webcast WSLQ Webstream
Website WSLQ Online

WSLQ (99.1 FM) is a commercial FM radio station licensed to Roanoke, Virginia, serving the New River Valley and Southwest Virginia. The station is owned and operated by Mel Wheeler, Inc.[2] and broadcasts an Adult Contemporary format. WSLQ has one of the nine largest coverage areas of all FM radio stations in the United States.[3] Its effective radiated power exceeds the current limit set by the Federal Communications Commission for Class C FM radio stations.[4][5]

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