WQMT

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For the Chatsworth, Georgia radio station that held the call sign WQMT at 98.9 FM until 2008, see WNGH-FM.

Coordinates: 35°21′55.00″N 84°45′22.00″W / 35.3652778°N 84.7561111°W / 35.3652778; -84.7561111

WQMT
City Decatur, Tennessee
Broadcast area Chattanooga, Tennessee
Branding Juan 93.9
Frequency 93.9 MHz
First air date 1989 (as WAYA)
Format Spanish Adult hits
ERP 16,500 watts
HAAT 122.6 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 70782
Transmitter coordinates 35°21′55.00″N 84°45′22.00″W / 35.3652778°N 84.7561111°W / 35.3652778; -84.7561111
Former callsigns WAYA (1989-2010)
Owner East Tennessee Radio Group III, L.P.

WQMT (93.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish adult hits radio format.[1] Licensed to serve Decatur, Tennessee, USA, the station is currently owned by East Tennessee Radio Group III, L.P.[2]

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Through September 2011, the station carried a country music format, as "Cat Country 93.9". In September, the station flipped to the Jack FM adult hits format, after the previous station, WSAA, changed to the Christian Air 1 format. Early in 2012, WQMT changed to oldies. Later in the year the station changed to Spanish.

On October 20, 2014 WQMT flipped back to country as Tennessee Country 93.9.

On October 1, 2015 WQMT changed their format to Spanish adult hits, branded as "Juan 93.9".


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