|Broadcast area||North America & Europe|
|Branding||WBCQ, The Planet|
|Slogan||"Free Speech Radio"|
|First air date||September 8, 1998|
|Callsign meaning||Weiner Broadcasting Company Q|
WBCQ is a shortwave radio station operating at Monticello, Maine, United States. The station is owned and operated by Allan Weiner, who also owns and operates WXME AM 780 kHz and WBCQ-FM 94.7 MHz at the shortwave site. WBCQ began operation in 1998 with just the WBCQ-1 transmitter on 7.415 MHz. WBCQ's shortwave antennas are all beamed directionally: primarily at 245 degrees, and secondarily at 65 degrees.
The station transmits numerous talk shows and other programs produced by commercial networks as well as former pirate radio broadcasters, such as Weiner himself and his erstwhile collaborators.
- WBCQ 1: 7.49 MHz (41m band)
- WBCQ 2: 3.265 MHz (90m band)
- WBCQ 3: 9.33 MHz (31m band)
- WBCQ 4: 5.13 MHz (60m band)
- WBCQ-1: 7.415 MHz
- WBCQ-2: 15.42 & 17.495, 18.91 & 3.25 MHz
- WBCQ-3: 9.34 & 9.335 MHz
- WBCQ-4: 5.1, 5.105 & 5.11 MHz
- "Radio Newyork International".
- "Allan Weiner Worldwide".
- "Le Show" with Harry Shearer.
- "The Hal Turner Show".