|City||New Philadelphia, Ohio|
|Broadcast area||Canton, Ohio|
|Slogan||Today's Christian Music|
|Callsign meaning||New Philadelphia Quakers
(local high school nickname)
|Owner||Tuscarawas Broadcasting Co.|
WNPQ is a commercial FM radio station licensed to New Philadelphia, Ohio, United States, serving the Canton market. It broadcasts at 95.9 MHz with a contemporary Christian format. Previous formats include rock music in the 1980s as "Quick 96", later Top 40 hits as "Hot 95.9" and Country as "Canton Country 95.9".
The station also carries Malone University basketball, and local high school basketball. It is the FM sister station of WBTC, owned by James Natoli in the name of his company, Tuscarawas Broadcasting Co. Its studios and offices are near Belden Village in Canton, and its transmitter is located near Strasburg, Ohio. It also maintains its head office in Uhrichsville at WBTC's location.
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WNPQ
- Radio-Locator information on WNPQ
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WNPQ
- WNPQ official website
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