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WFAQ-LP logo.jpg (old frequency logo)
CityMukwonago, Wisconsin
Frequency101.3 MHz
ERP41 watts
HAAT47.1 meters (155 ft)
Facility ID131376
Transmitter coordinates42°46′8.00″N 88°37′30.00″W / 42.7688889°N 88.6250000°W / 42.7688889; -88.6250000Coordinates: 42°46′8.00″N 88°37′30.00″W / 42.7688889°N 88.6250000°W / 42.7688889; -88.6250000
Former frequencies92.9 MHz (2007-2015)
OwnerKettle Moraine Community Radio, Inc.

WFAQ-LP (101.3 FM) is a radio station licensed to Mukwonago, Wisconsin, United States. The station is currently owned by Kettle Moraine Community Radio, Inc.[1]

The station features the tagline “The Nation’s Music Source” with programming that is continuous, minimally-interrupted music and occasional DJ’s. It banks on its vast library (over 15k titles) of independent and local artists and bands collected over 3 decades. The station also features the locally produced Deke Marler “Musictime USNA” program, and in the past, “The Sara Schultz Show”; a politically progressive, Wisconsin-only radio talk show (Sundays 8AM-10AM). They also feature the Suspense radio theatre program, Sundays 8PM-8:30PM.

On November 16th, 2014 the station began streaming audio and can be found on the Shoutcast server.

On March 31, 2015, the station changed its broadcasting frequency from 92.9 MHz to 101.3 MHz due to conflicting interference from other stations, notably KATF (92.9 FM, Dubuque, IA). This change was approved by the FCC.[2]


  1. ^ "WFAQ-LP Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2010-03-06.
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