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Wqme

WQME
City of license Anderson, Indiana
Broadcast area Indianapolis, Indiana
Muncie, Indiana
Branding 98.7 FM WQME
Slogan In tune with your life
Frequency 98.7 MHz
First air date November 30, 1990
Format Contemporary Christian
ERP 4,500 watts
HAAT 117 meters or 384 feet
Class A
Facility ID 2216
Affiliations CNN Radio, Associated Press, Indiana Broadcasters Association, National Association of Broadcasters, Radio Advertising Bureau
Owner Anderson University
Webcast Listen Live
Website wqme.com

WQME is a medium market Contemporary-Christian format radio station in Anderson, Indiana broadcasting on 98.7 FM. It is a Class A FM station with an Effective Radiated Power of 4500 watts. It is owned by Anderson University.

WQME offers several nationally syndicated programs, including New Life Live!, Family Life Today, and CBH Viewpoint. The station also offers Hey Howard, Soul 2 Soul, Direct Connection, and Homecoming Radio. Other programs include After Midnight, a program for young adults; Talk'N Sports with Dave Edwards, featuring interviews with local athletes and coaches; and Consider this with Big Joe Clark, a show focused on personal finance and the economy.

WQME's staff includes General Manager Donald Boggs and Program Director Matt Rust, who also hosts the Morning Show on weekday mornings. Other staff include Jerry Morton, engineer; Norma Armogum, certified traffic director; and Becky Melson, bookkeeper.

External links

  • Query the FCC's FM station database for WQME
  • Radio-Locator information on WQME
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WQME

Coordinates: 39°58′59″N 85°42′40″W / 39.983°N 85.711°W / 39.983; -85.711

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