WFLQ

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WFLQ
WFLQ Q-100 logo.jpg
City French Lick, Indiana
Broadcast area Bedford, Indiana
Jasper, Indiana
Branding Q 100
Slogan Serving Hoosier Hills
Frequency 100.1 FM (MHz)
Format Country music
ERP 6,000 watts
HAAT 91 meters
Class A
Facility ID 72842
Transmitter coordinates type:city 38°35′41.00″N 86°36′48.00″W / 38.5947222°N 86.6133333°W / 38.5947222; -86.6133333
Owner Willtronics Broadcasting
Website http://www.wflq.com/

WFLQ 100.1 FM is a radio station broadcasting a Country music format. Licensed to French Lick, Indiana, the station is owned by Willtronics Broadcasting.[1]

WFLQ French Lick Indiana

WFLQ-FM, Q-100, signed on at 12:55PM on April 12, 1983 with Satellite Music Network's Country Coast-To-Coast. Q-100 broadcasts on 100.1Mhz with 6,000 watts of modern country, hourly national news and local news six times a day. As of 2015 Q-100 broadcasts Westwood One's Country Format with Westwood One news on the hour. Also broadcast is Springs Valley High School Football, Basketball, Baseball and Volleyball games. Three times a week "Tradio" is heard on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with host Tradio Joe. On Sunday mornings, the popular broadcast "Sunday Morning Gospel Show" with Randall Hamm is heard from 8AM-12PM. The program is one of the first programs that began on Q-100, that is still heard today. The host Randall Hamm has DJ'd the program since 1995 and has been nominated as a Top 10 Small Market DJ since 2012 by the Singing News, the nations leading Gospel Christian Magazine. Also April through December "Sportsmans Update" can be heard every Friday and Saturday three times a day. WFLQ is also home to IU Football and Basketball broadcasts in season

References[edit]

  1. ^ WFLQ fcc.gov Accessed August 24, 2012

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Coordinates: 38°35′41″N 86°36′48″W / 38.59472°N 86.61333°W / 38.59472; -86.61333