|Callsign meaning||QTE = cutie (meaning of calls when used at AM 560 in Monroe/Detroit)|
WQTE (95.3 FM, "Q-95 Country") is a radio station in Adrian, Michigan, broadcasting a country music format. The station is live and local during the day on weekdays, and airs a satellite format from ABC Radio called "Country Coast-to-Coast" (known on air as "Today's Best Country") the remainder of the time.
The station originally signed on as WABJ-FM c. 1975, becoming WQTE later in the 1970s. The station's original format was beautiful music, changing to country sometime in the early 1980s. The station remains co-owned with WABJ-AM 1490 and Hudson-based WBZV-FM 102.5. For several years, WQTE has referred to itself as "Q95 Country," presumably to avoid confusion with adjacent-channel WKQI 95.5 FM in Detroit, which called itself "Q95" for many years and serves the northeastern part of WQTE's listening area.
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WQTE
- Radio-Locator information on WQTE
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WQTE
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