WQZK-FM

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WQZK-FM
WQZK-FM 2014.PNG
City Keyser, West Virginia
Broadcast area Keyser, West Virginia
Cumberland, Maryland
Frostburg, Maryland
Branding "94-1 QZK"
Slogan "The Tri-State's Hit Music Channel"
Frequency 94.1 FM MHz
First air date September 15, 1973
Format Contemporary Hit Radio
Power 13,000 Watts
HAAT 283 meters (928 ft)
Class B
Facility ID 62339
Transmitter coordinates 39°25′7.0″N 78°57′15.0″W / 39.418611°N 78.954167°W / 39.418611; -78.954167
Former callsigns WKLP-FM (1973-1981)
Owner West Virginia Radio Corporation
(Starcast Systems, Inc.)
Sister stations WCMD, WDYK, WDZN, WKLP, WVMD
Webcast WQZK-FM Webstream
Website WQZK-FM Online

WQZK-FM is a Contemporary Hit Radio formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Keyser, West Virginia, serving the Keyser/Cumberland/Frostburg area.[1] WQZK-FM is owned and operated by West Virginia Radio Corporation.[2]

Booster Station[edit]

In addition to the main station, WQZK-FM is relayed by an FM booster station to cover the downtown areas of Cumberland and Frostburg, along with the immediate surrounding areas.[3][4]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license Facility
ID
ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
Class FCC info
WQZK-FM1 94.1 FM Cumberland, Maryland 197845 6,000 watts −25 m (−82 ft) D FCC

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