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WQIC
City of license Lebanon, Pennsylvania
Broadcast area Lebanon Valley
Branding Soft Rock 100.1
Frequency 100.1 (MHz)
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 3,000 watts
HAAT 81 meters
Class A
Facility ID 36878
Owner Lebanon Broadcasting Co.
Website none

WQIC is Soft Rock 100.1 in Lebanon, Pennsylvania serving the Lebanon Valley region of Pennsylvania. It has an AM sister station, WLBR, broadcasting on AM 1270, out of the same building. The radio signal can be heard as far as Harrisburg to the west, Reading to the east, Lancaster to the south, and along I-81 in Schuylkill County to the north.

WQIC began as WLBR-FM. In the 1970s, the call sign changed to WUFM with a soft rock format. Around December of 1992, the station changed its call sign to WQIC as "Q-100" with a Top-40/Hot AC hybrid format. "Q-100" was an affiliate of Open House Party. In March of 1997, the station dropped the "Q-100" moniker and returned back to the Adult Contemporary format.

Soft Rock 100.1 broadcasts various high school sports games in Lebanon County due to its local presence. WQIC is also an MRN affiliate broadcasting NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races and also an affiliate for the Hershey Bears radio network.

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