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CityHudson Falls, New York
Broadcast areaGlens Falls, New York
BrandingClassic Hits Q101.7
Frequency101.7 MHz
First air dateOctober 19, 1981 (as WENU)
FormatClassic rock
ERP4,600 watts
HAAT55 meters
Facility ID3158
Transmitter coordinates43°22′40.00″N 73°39′56.00″W / 43.3777778°N 73.6655556°W / 43.3777778; -73.6655556
Former call signsWENU (1981-2000)
WENU-FM (2000-2006)
WQYQ (9/1/2006-10/9/2006)
OwnerPamal Broadcasting
(6 Johnson Road Licenses, Inc.)
Sister stationsWKBE WFFG WMML WENU
WebcastListen Live

WNYQ (Q101.7) is a Classic Rock radio station licensed to Hudson Falls, New York and serving the Glens Falls/Lake George area as well as Saratoga County. The station is owned by Pamal Broadcasting and broadcasts on 101.7 MHz at 4.6 kW ERP from a tower just north of Glens Falls on Route 149.[1][2] The current air staff includes Shawn Kelly in morning drive...Silent B on middays and John "Killer" Clark in afternoon drive.

Former logo of the radio station used from late 1983 through September 18, 2006


  1. ^ "WNYQ Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "WNYQ Station Information Profile". Arbitron.

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