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City of license WOKQ: Dover, New Hampshire
WPKQ: North Conway, New Hampshire
Broadcast area Northern New England & North Of Boston
Branding The Big 97-5 WOKQ
Slogan New Englands Best Country
Frequency WOKQ: 97.5 MHz
W250AB: 97.9 MHz
WPKQ: 103.7 MHz
Format Country
ERP WOKQ: 50,000 watts
W250AB: 250 watts
WPKQ: 21,500 watts
HAAT WOKQ: 150 meters
W250AB: 34 meters
WPKQ: 1181 meters
Class WOKQ: B
W250AB: D
Facility ID WOKQ: 22887
WPKQ: 48401
Owner Citadel Broadcasting Company
Webcast Listen Live

WOKQ is an FM radio station broadcasting on 97.5 MHz. It has a country music format.

The transmitter is located in Barrington, New Hampshire with the station's city of license being Dover, New Hampshire. The studios are located in Dover. WOKQ also operates a simulcast on WPKQ 103.7 (with separate commercials), with the transmitter located atop Mount Washington and licensed to North Conway, New Hampshire, and W250AB on 97.9, a low power translator in Manchester. It brands itself as "The Big 97.5". Due to its Emergency Alert System responsibilities, WOKQ is staffed at all times.


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WOKQ was originally put on the air by Fuller-Jeffrey Broadcasting. They operated the station until they sold it to Citadel Broadcasting in 1999.


Previous to the simulcast, WPKQ was Hot AC WZPK "The Peak" before being sold to Fuller-Jeffery in 1996. During football season WPKQ broadcasts New England Patriots games while WOKQ remains Country.


Translators of WOKQ
Callsign MHz City of license Power
Additional Information
W250AB 97.9 Manchester, New Hampshire 250 FCC

Citadel also operates a classic rock-format simulcast on WSAK 102.1 and WSHK 105.3 out of the same studio facility.

Its broadcasts can be heard as far south as Cape Cod on clear days. The protected range of its signal reaches four states and two countries.

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