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City of license Eutaw, Alabama
Broadcast area Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Branding Q 104.3
Frequency 104.3 MHz
First air date 1992
Format Urban Adult Contemporary
ERP 4,700 watts
HAAT 113 meters (371 feet)
Class A
Facility ID 31145
Transmitter coordinates 32°55′19.00″N 87°49′8.00″W / 32.92194°N 87.81889°W / 32.92194; -87.81889
Former callsigns WIDO (1988-1993)
WQLW (1993-1997)
WWQZ (1/97-3/97)[1]
Owner Jim Lawson Communications, Inc.
Sister stations WWPG

WQZZ (104.3 FM, "Q 104.3") is a radio station licensed to serve Eutaw, Alabama, USA. The station is owned by Jim Lawson Communications, Inc. First licensed to broadcast in 1992, WQZZ currently airs an Urban Adult Contemporary music format.[2]



The Federal Communications Commission granted the original construction permit for this radio station on August 18, 1988.[3] This new station was assigned call letters WIDO on September 27, 1988.[1] The station's license to cover was granted on May 5, 1992.[4]

In August 1992, Grantell Broadcasting Company reached an agreement to sell then-WIDO to Jim Lawson Communications, Inc.[5] The FCC approved the deal on October 23, 1992, and the transaction was consummated on April 2, 1993.[5] The new owners had the station's callsign changed to WQLQ on May 18, 1983.[1] This callsign lasted until another change, this time to WWQZ, on January 13, 1997, which was followed rapidly by another change on March 1, 1997, to the current call letters of WQZZ.[1]


Callsign MHz City of license Power
Additional Information
W247AN 97.3 FM Tuscaloosa, Alabama 80 D FCC


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