WHKQ

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For the Windermere, Florida radio station that held the call sign WHKQ at 103.1 FM from 2011 to 2014, see WOTW (FM).
WHKQ
City Louisa, Kentucky
Broadcast area Lawrence County, Kentucky
Boyd County, Kentucky
Wayne County, West Virginia
Branding "K-Love"
Slogan "Positive, Encouraging"
Frequency 92.3 MHz
First air date 1991
Format Contemporary Christian
Power 4,500 watts
HAAT 115 meters (377 ft)
Class A
Facility ID 38568
Transmitter coordinates 38°10′33.0″N 82°37′39.0″W / 38.175833°N 82.627500°W / 38.175833; -82.627500
Former callsigns WSAC (1990-2001)
WZAQ (2001-2017)
Affiliations K-Love
Owner Expression Production Group, LLC
Sister stations WOKE, WONS
Webcast WHKQ Webstream
Website WHKQ Online

WHKQ is a Contemporary Christian formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Louisa, Kentucky, serving Lawrence and Boyd counties in Kentucky and Wayne County in West Virginia.[1] WHKQ is owned and operated by Expression Production Group, LLC.[2]

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On October 1, 2016, the then-WZAQ changed their format from adult hits (as "Jack FM") to EMF's "K-Love" contemporary Christian format. The station changed its call sign to the current WHKQ on January 24, 2017.

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