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WBCQ
WBCQ station logo.png
CityMonticello, Maine
Broadcast areaNorth America, Europe & Asia
BrandingWBCQ, The Planet
Slogan"Free Speech Radio"
Frequency3.265 MHz
5.13 MHz
7.49 MHz
9.33 MHz
First air dateSeptember 8, 1998[1]
FormatVariety
Power500,000 watts
Transmitter coordinates46°20′28″N 67°48′53″W / 46.34111°N 67.81472°W / 46.34111; -67.81472
Callsign meaningWeiner Broadcasting Company Q
OwnerAllan Weiner
Websitewbcq.com

WBCQ is a shortwave radio station operating at Monticello, Maine, United States. The station is owned and operated by Allan Weiner,[1][2] who also owns and operates WXME AM 780 kHz and WBCQ-FM 94.7 MHz at the shortwave site. WBCQ began operation on September 8, 1998 with just the WBCQ-1 transmitter on 7.415 MHz.[1] WBCQ's shortwave antennas are all beamed directionally: primarily at 245 degrees, and secondarily at 65 degrees.

The station transmits numerous talk shows and other programs produced by commercial networks as well as former pirate radio broadcasters, such as Weiner himself and his erstwhile collaborators.[1][3]

Unlike Weiner's former pirate radio stations, now relegated to well-documented history, WBCQ and its AM and FM sister stations are licensed by the FCC under his own name.

Frequencies

WBCQ 1
7.49 MHz (41m band). WBCQ's flagship frequency operates only in the late-afternoon and evening hours, signing off at midnight local time.
WBCQ 2
3.265 MHz (90m band). Currently off the air.
WBCQ 3
9.33 MHz (31m band). This is the only 24-hour WBCQ feed. It carries only two programs: The Overcomer Ministry with Brother Stair and Glenn Hauser's World of Radio.
WBCQ 4
5.13 MHz (60m band). Operates on a limited schedule.

Former frequencies

  • WBCQ-1: 7.415 MHz[1]
  • WBCQ-2: 15.42 & 17.495, 18.91 & 3.25  MHz
  • WBCQ-3: 9.34 & 9.335 MHz
  • WBCQ-4: 5.1, 5.105 & 5.11 MHz

Notable shows

References

  1. ^ a b c d e Brown, Dan. "WBCQ. The Planet.", Monitoring Times. Vol. 27, No. 9. September 2008. p. 10-13. Retrieved June 27, 2019.
  2. ^ a b Ciment, James (2015). Social Issues in America: An Encyclopedia: An Encyclopedia. Routledge. Retrieved June 27, 2019.
  3. ^ Berg, Jerome S. (2008). Broadcasting on the Short Waves, 1945 to Today. McFarland & Company. pp. 24, 371, 383. Retrieved June 27, 2019.

External links

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