WQTC-FM
WQTC Logo.png
Broadcast areaManitowoc-Two Rivers
Manitowoc County
Frequency102.3 MHz
BrandingClassic Rock Q102
Programming
FormatClassic rock
AffiliationsDial Global Classic Rock Network
Ownership
OwnerSeehafer Broadcasting Corporation
WCUB, WEMP, WLKN, WLTU, WOMT
History
First air date
1965
Call sign meaning
Q (common radio branding), Manitowoc & Two Rivers are "twin cities"
Technical information
Facility ID59609
ClassA
ERP4,500 watts
HAAT100 meters (330 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
44°7′31.00″N 87°37′41.00″W / 44.1252778°N 87.6280556°W / 44.1252778; -87.6280556Coordinates: 44°7′31.00″N 87°37′41.00″W / 44.1252778°N 87.6280556°W / 44.1252778; -87.6280556
Links
Websitewqtcfm.com

WQTC-FM (102.3 FM, "Classic Rock Q102") is a radio station licensed to Manitowoc, Wisconsin, owned by Seehafer Broadcasting Corporation and serves that community, along with the nearby twin city of Two Rivers and fringe coverage of (though not directly marketing to) Sheboygan.[1] A sister station to WOMT (1240), WQTC-FM broadcasts the satellite format of Dial Global's Classic Rock Network during most programming hours, along with local news and weather cut-ins by WOMT staff and local high school sports, mainly the teams of Two Rivers High School to complement WOMT's coverage of the Manitowoc high school teams.

In 2009, WOMT and WQTC-FM gained another sister station in Cleveland's WLKN-FM (98.1), whose operations moved to Manitowoc on August 31, 2016. In November 2015, Seehafer Broadcasting purchased longtime local competitors WLTU and WCUB.

A minor tweak in the format came in 2013 when WQTC switched from airing Dial Global's Classic Hits network to their Classic Rock network; a converse change of slogan and logo to Classic Rock Q102 was made with the change.

References

  1. ^ "WQTC-FM Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2010-02-13.