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City Augusta, Maine
Broadcast area Kennebec and Somerset County, Maine
Slogan The Voice of Maine
Frequency 101.3 MHz
First air date July 1961
Format News/Talk
ERP 41,000 watts
HAAT 113.0 meters
Class B
Facility ID 68660
Transmitter coordinates 44°18′36″N 69°49′51″W / 44.31000°N 69.83083°W / 44.31000; -69.83083
Former callsigns WFAU-FM (1961–1982)
WKCG (1982–2009)
Owner Blueberry Broadcasting
(Blueberry Broadcasting, LLC)
Website wvomfm.com

WVQM (101.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a News/Talk format and simulcasting co-owned WVOM-FM from Bangor, Maine. Licensed to Augusta, Maine, United States, the station serves the Augusta-Waterville area. The station is currently owned by Blueberry Broadcasting.[1]


The station went on the air as WFAU-FM in July 1961. On July 5, 1982, the station changed its call sign to WKCG.[2] Up until 1999 the station was a country formatted station, but that changed on March 1 when the station adopted the adult contemporary format vacated by then sister station WCTB. [1] On January 5, 2009 the station dropped the Star 101 imaging and the adult contemporary format for a simulcast of talk radio WVOM. WCME would pick up the adult contemporary format and the Star imaging before switching several months later to a simulcast of WTOS-FM. In February 2009, WKCG switched callsigns to WVQM, similar to its simulcast partner WVOM.


  1. ^ "WVQM Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "WKCG Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.

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