|City||Fort Campbell, Kentucky|
|Broadcast area||Clarksville-Hopkinsville area|
|Slogan||Today's Best Music|
|Frequency||107.9 MHz (also on HD Radio)|
|Translator(s)||99.1 W256CI (Clarksville, TN, relays HD2)
100.7 W264CK (Clarksville, TN, relays HD3)
|First air date||1969|
|Format||FM/HD1: Hot Adult Contemporary
HD2: Contemporary Christian "Sunny 99.1"
HD3: Classic Country "100.7 The Outlaw"
|Former callsigns||WABD-FM (1979–1986)|
|Owner||Saga Communications of Tuckessee, LLC|
|Sister stations||WKFN, WRND, WRND-FM, WVVR, WZZP|
WCVQ (107.9 FM, "Q108") is a Fort Campbell-licensed radio station broadcasting a Hot Adult Contemporary format in the Clarksville-Hopkinsville broadcast area. The station is currently owned by Saga Communications of Tuckessee, LLC. and is also broadcast on HD radio.
The station was assigned the call letters WABD-FM on July 18, 1979. On December 13, 1986, the station changed its call sign to the current WCVQ. WCVQ studios and offices are co-located with its sister stations in Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee; all of which make up a cluster known as the 5 Star Radio Group, a unit of Saga Communications, Inc.
In 1968 the owners of WABD (Fort Campbell, Kentucky) put a sister FM station on the air as WABD-FM. In 1986, under new ownership by Southern Broadcasting, the FM was upgraded to 100,000 watts and took on the call letters WCVQ FM "Q-108" on December 3, 1986 and began a gold-based adult contemporary format while WABD changed to an urban radio format. Q108 has since been bought by Saga Communications.
WCVQ-FM is considered to be in both the Clarksville, Tennessee-Hopkinsville, Kentucky radio market and the Nashville market. Gretchen Cordy, a Clarksville native who starred in Survivor: Borneo, hosts the station's morning show along with Ryan Ploeckelman. The show is called Ryan and Gretchen. Scott Chase is the afternoon drive personality. Chase was formerly the program director of the former WSSR "Star 95.7" in Tampa, Florida.
Until 2014, the station played Kid Kelly's Backtrax USA on Sunday nights from 8 p.m. to Midnight. The station aired both the 1980s and 90s versions until WRND-FM took over both versions of the show when they changed formats in December 2013.
Q108's primary coverage area is the Clarksville – Hopkinsville Metropolitan Area, covering the area of Western Kentucky and northern Middle Tennessee. Q108 also secondarily covers the Nashville Metropolitan Area as well as the Paducah area. Its signal can be heard as far away as Southern Illinois.