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City Elizabethville, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Elizabethville-Millersburg
Branding Bigfoot Country
Frequency 100.5 MHz
First air date 1989 (as WLIZ)
Format Country
ERP 1,200 watts
HAAT 157 meters (515 ft)
Class A
Facility ID 63837
Transmitter coordinates 40°37′24.00″N 76°49′54.00″W / 40.6233333°N 76.8316667°W / 40.6233333; -76.8316667Coordinates: 40°37′24.00″N 76°49′54.00″W / 40.6233333°N 76.8316667°W / 40.6233333; -76.8316667
Former callsigns WLIZ (1988-1990)
WYGL-FM (1990-2016)
Affiliations MRN
Learfield Sports
Westwood One
Owner Seven Mountains Media
(Southern Belle, LLC)
Sister stations WRBG, WZBF, WCFT
Website thisisbigfootcountry.com

WQBG (100.5 FM, "Bigfoot Country") is a country music formatted radio station licensed to serve Elizabethville, Pennsylvania. The station is owned by Seven Mountains Media, through licensee Southern Belle, LLC, and is operated out of studios in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. It serves areas along the Susquehanna River south of Selinsgrove. The station operates in simulcast with sister stations WRBG, WZBF, and WCFT. Although also owned by Seven Mountains Media, WQBG and its three other simulcasting frequencies feature different programming than WIBF and WDBF, which are also branded as Bigfoot Country.


Bigfoot Country's main studio is located at 450 Route 204 Highway in Selinsgrove. Bigfoot Country, along with its sister stations, operates a public studio located inside the Susquehanna Valley Mall located in Hummels Wharf.


WQBG on-air personalities include Mark Roberts, Shelly Marx, Todd Stewart, and Jeff Shaffer. Weekday programming includes The B Breakfast Bunch with Mark and Shelly, Todd Stewart on mid-days, Monica on afternoons, Kyle Alexander on nights, and "Big Country Variety" overnight. Specialty weekend programs include Power Source Country, Voice Of Prophecy, Max Potential, NAC, ZMAX Racing Country, NASCAR USA, and CMT Radio Insider.

Bigfoot Country is an affiliate of Penn State Sports Properties from Learfield Sports and broadcasts Penn State Nittany Lions football, both at home and on the road, every Saturday during the college football season in place of regularly scheduled programming. The station is an affiliate of Motor Racing Network and Performance Racing Network and broadcasts every race (except the Brickyard 400) during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Season in place of regularly scheduled programming during race weekends along with NASCAR-oriented programming on Sundays throughout the year.


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