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City Wilmington, North Carolina
Broadcast area Wilmington, North Carolina
Branding Double Q 101
Slogan Cape Fear's Country Leader
Frequency 101.3 MHz
Format Country music
ERP 18,000 watts
HAAT 165 meters
Class C2
Facility ID 28163
Transmitter coordinates 34°03′2″N 77°57′20″W / 34.05056°N 77.95556°W / 34.05056; -77.95556
Former callsigns

WMFD-FM (?-1978)

WEMA-FM 10/25/1978 - 01/22/1979[1]
Owner Cumulus Media
(Cumulus Licensing LLC)
Sister stations WGNI, WKXS-FM, WMNX
Webcast Listen Live
Website wwqq101.com

WWQQ-FM (101.3 FM) is a Country music formatted radio station located in Wilmington, North Carolina.

It advertises itself as "Cape Fear's Country Leader".


Until 1978, the call letters of this station were WMFD-FM, and it was partially simulcast with sister station WMFD. That year, Village Broadcasting of Chapel Hill bought the station from the Dunlea family, changed the call letters to WWQQ and started a country music format on the station. Station alumni from that era include Dan Hester, "Dr. Dale" O'Brian, Mike Grohman, Mark McKay, Joanie D., Tom Lamont, J.J Carroll and Tom Burton In 1995, WXQR-FM joined the "Q Network" that included WWQQ and WQSL when HVS Partners bought the station.[2] On April 30, 1997, Cumulus Broadcasting announced its purchase of WAAV, WWQQ, WXQR, and WQSL.[3] Double Q 101 plays a variety of country music with the majority of songs ranging from the 1990s to today.

Current line up[edit]


  • The Double Q Morning Show 6AM-10AM
  • Afternoons with Eric 3PM-7PM
  • Nash Nights LIVE with Shawn Parr 7PM-12Midnight
  • Kickin it with Kix 12Midnight-5AM


  • American Country Countdown with Kix Brooks 6AM-10AM (Saturdays) and 3PM-7PM (Sundays)
  • Bobby V (Saturdays)
  • Lisa Brooks 10AM-3PM (Saturdays)
  • The 1,000 Song Weekend (all weekend)


  1. ^ "Call Sign History". Retrieved 2011-10-18. 
  2. ^ "HVS Acquires WXQR Radio," Star-News, January 16, 1995.
  3. ^ Tricia Vance, "WAAV, 'Q' GROUP; 4 Radio Stations Are Sold," Star-News, May 1, 1997.

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