WQON FM 100.3 Grayling
Slogan/Positioner: Q100-FM, The Only Place For Rock 'n Roll
Web site: www.q100-fm.com
E-mail: visit web site
Power/Height/Class: 60,000 watts / 430 feet / C1
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- Radio Locator coverage area
- FCCInfo.com listing
- Recnet Broadcast Query
- Blarney Stone Broadcasting on Facebook
- WQON from TuneIn
- WQON from Wikipedia
Call Sign History:
- WQON: 1/14/2013
- WGRY-FM: 12/19/1994
- WQON: 11/1/1991
- WFXK: 9/9/1991
Call Sign Origin:
On Air Date: November 6, 1978 on 100.1 FM
Owner: Blarney Stone Broadcasting
Telephone: (989) 348-6171
- 1/2013: Format change from Country 'Y100' to Rock as 'Q100'. WGRY-FM call letters move to sister station on 101.1 FM Roscommon which swaps the WQON calls to 100.3.
- 6/2012: Gannon Broadcasting Systems agrees to sell its three station cluster (WGRY-FM/AM 100.3/1230 Grayling and WQON FM 101.1 Roscommon to Blarney Stone Broadcasting for $425,000 pending FCC approval and closing. The sale is approved in August 2012 and closes in October.
- 1995: Power increase to 60,000 watts
- 12/19/1994: Adult Contemporary format moves to FM 101.1 along with WQON call sign. Country WGRY-FM (Grayling) moves its format and call sign to FM 100.3- replacing FM 100.1.
- 1994: Station purchased by Gannon Broadcasting
- 5/1985: Station purchased by Robert Ditmer
- 11/6/1978: Signed on at 100.1 as WQON with an adult contemporary format; owners were Ernie Dawson, William Scheer, Wayne Hindmarsh, and Chris Vansteenhouse. Hindmarsh was formerly employed by WGRY AM in Grayling but left to help create WQON. Hindmarsh managed the station until it was sold to Robert Ditmer.
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