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WEQX City of license Manchester, Vermont Broadcast area Primary: Southern and central Vermont, Adirondack Region Secondary: Western New Hampshire, The Berkshires, Capital District Branding 102.7 WEQX Slogan The Real Alternative Frequency 102.7 (MHz) First air date November 14, 1984 at 10:27 (according to Times-Union article) Format Modern Rock ERP 1,250 watts HAAT 759 meters (2,490 ft) Class B Facility ID 49706 Callsign meaning Mount EQuinoX Owner Northshire Communications[1] Webcast Listen Live Website weqx.com WEQX is an FM radio station located at 102.7 MHz and broadcasting from Manchester, Vermont, USA at 1250 watts with an effective radiated power output of 50,000 watts (a repeater signal is located in Keene, New Hampshire on W251BE 98.1 and broadcasts at 10 watts). Their tower is located on nearby Equinox Mountain. Because of its location and power the station is able to reach Albany-Schenectady-Troy (while distantly), Saratoga Springs and Glens Falls along with southern and central Vermont, western Massachusetts, and western New Hampshire. It broadcasts an alternative music format which is more varied than most stations owned by larger corporations, although the station does frequently play the same music rotation. Despite being located in Vermont, WEQX has been voted the best radio station for the Capital Region (Albany, New York) by the Metroland alternative newsweekly for fifteen years running (up to 2006) and voted best radio station of 2002 and 2006 by the Albany Times Union. It has also won Best Radio Station of the Year awards from Rolling Stone magazine in 1993, 1995 and 1996. In addition, the Album Network (a radio industry magazine) voted the station the Best Alternative Radio Station in the Country (small market), in 1995. WEQX was founded in November 1984 as an independent radio station. The station originally broadcast an Adult Contemporary format for its first ten months of operation until flipping to Rock in September 1985. The station is located in a Victorian house at 161 Elm Street. WEQX, or "EQX", as it is commonly referred to by its listeners, is a large sponsor of live music and has presented various concerts in the Capital Region (Albany, New York). In the summer of 2007 EQX held the first EQX Fest at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. The concert started at 3 PM and ran until around midnight. It had three different stages; one for local bands, one for mainstream bands, and one for the headliners. The headliners included The Nightwatchman, Matisyahu, and 311 (in that order). Notes ^ http://www.fcc.gov/mb/audio/fmq.html External links WEQX Online WEQX's MySpace Query the FCC's FM station database for WEQX Radio-Locator information on WEQX Query Arbitron's FM station database for WEQX Article on WEQX's 25th anniversary v · d · eRadio stations in the Albany / Schenectady / Troy market by FM frequency 88.3 · 89.1² · 89.7 · 89.9 · 90.3/93.1² · 90.7/94.9 · 90.7 · 90.7 · 90.9 · 91.1 · 91.5 · 92.3 · 92.9 · 93.5 · 93.7 · 94.5 · 94.7 · 95.5 · 95.9 · 96.3 · 96.7² · 97.3 · 97.5 · 97.7 · 97.9 · 98.3² · 98.5 · 98.5 · 99.5² · 100.3 · 100.9 · 101.3 · 101.7 · 101.9 · 102.3² · 102.7 · 103.1² · 103.5 · 103.9 · 104.5 · 104.9 · 105.7² · 106.1 · 106.5² · 107.1 · 107.7² by AM frequency 560 · 590 · 810¹² · 900 · 930 · 980² · 1160 · 1190 · 1230 · 1240 · 1300 · 1330 · 1340 · 1400 · 1440 · 1460² · 1490 · 1540 · 1570 NOAA Weather Radio frequency 162.550 by callsign W226AC · W235AY · W291BY · WABY · WAJZ · WAMC (AM) · WAMC-FM² · WBAR · WBPM · WCDB · WCKL · WCKM · WCQL · WCSS · WCTW · WDCD · WDDY² · WENT · WEQX · WEXT · WFFG · WFLY · WFNY · WGDJ · WGNA² · WGXC · WGY¹² · WGY-FM² · WHAZ · WHAZ-FM · WHUC · WHVP · WIZR · WJIV · WKBE · WKKF² · WKLI · WLJH · WMHT² · WMYY · WNYQ · WOFX² · WOPG · WPGL · WPTR² · WPYX² · WQAR · WQBJ · WQBK · WQSH² · WRIP · WROW · WRPI · WRUC · WRVE² · WSDE · WTMM · WTRY² · WUAM · WVCR · WVKZ · WVTL · WXL34 · WYAI · WYJB · WYKV · WZCR · WZMR Defunct stations WGFM · WHRL · WRSA · WROW-FM · WTRI · WXKW New York Radio Markets: Albany-Schenectady-Troy • Binghamton • Buffalo-Niagara Falls • Elmira-Corning • Hamptons-Riverhead • Ithaca • Nassau-Suffolk (Long Island) • New York City • Newburgh-Middletown (Mid Hudson Valley) • Olean • Plattsburgh • Poughkeepsie • Rochester • Syracuse • Utica-Rome • Watertown Other New York Radio Regions: Jamestown-Dunkirk • North Country • Saratoga See also: List of radio stations in New York ¹ = Clear-channel stations with extended nighttime coverage. ² = Broadcasts in HD Radio v · d · eRadio stations in the Saratoga Springs / Glens Falls market by FM frequency (in-market) 89.7/90.7 · 89.9 · 90.3 · 91.1 · 91.9 · 92.3 · 92.7 · 93.5 · 94.1 · 94.7 · 95.5 · 95.9 · 96.7 · 97.3 · 97.5 · 98.5 · 100.3 · 101.3 · 101.7 · 102.3 · 102.7 · 103.9 · 104.3 · 104.5 · 105.7 · 106.5 · 107.1 · 107.7 by FM frequency (out-of-market) 88.3 · 89.1 · 91.5 · 93.7 · 98.3 · 99.5 · 100.9 · 103.1 · 103.9 · 104.9 by AM frequency 590 · 810 · 900 · 980 · 1160 · 1230 · 1300 · 1330 · 1340 · 1400 · 1410 · 1450 · 1460 · 1540 By callsign WABY · WAMC · WANC · WBAR · WCKM · WCQL · WDCD · WDDY · WENU · WEQX · WFFG · WFLY · WGDJ · WGFR · WGNA · WGY · WGY-FM · WHAZ · WHAZ-FM · WKBE · WKKF · WKLI · WMHT-FM · WMML · WNGN · WNYQ · WNYV · WOFX · WPTR · WPYX · WQAR · WQBK-FM · WQSH · WROW · WRPI · WRVE · WSLU · WSPN · WLJH/WSSK · WTMM-FM · WTRY-FM · WUAM · WVCR-FM · WWSC · WXLG · WYAI · WYJB · WZMR New York Radio Markets: Albany-Schenectady-Troy • Binghamton • Buffalo-Niagara Falls • Elmira-Corning • Hamptons-Riverhead • Ithaca • Nassau-Suffolk (Long Island) • New York City • Newburgh-Middletown (Mid Hudson Valley) • Olean • Plattsburgh • Poughkeepsie • Rochester • Syracuse • Utica-Rome • Watertown Other New York Radio Regions: Jamestown-Dunkirk • North Country • Saratoga See also: List of radio stations in New York v · d · eRadio stations in the Lebanon, NH-Rutland, VT market By AM frequency 910 • 1010 • 1230 • 1380 • 1400 • 1480 • 1490 By FM frequency 88.1 • 88.7 • 89.5 • 92.1 • 92.3 • 93.9 • 94.5 • 95.3 • 96.3 • 96.7 • 97.1 • 98.1 • 99.3 • 99.7 • 100.5 • 101.3 • 101.5 • 102.1 • 102.7 • 103.1 • 103.7 • 104.3 • 105.3 • 106.1 • 106.3 • 107.1 By callsign WCNL • WEQX • WEXP • WFRD • WFYX • WGXL • WHDQ • WJEN • WJJR • WKNE • WLTN-FM • WMTK • WMXR • WNCH/WRVT/WVPR • WNHV • WNTK-FM • WRJT • WSYB • WTSL • WTSV • WVTK • WVXR • WWOD • WXLF • WXXK • WYKR-FM • WZLF • WZRT Defunct radio stations 1340/WDCR Vermont Radio Markets: Burlington • Montpelier-Barre-St. Johnsbury • Rutland-White River Junction Other Vermont Radio Regions: Northeast Kingdom See also: List of radio stations in Vermont New Hampshire Radio Markets: Concord (Lakes Region) • Lebanon • Manchester • Portsmouth-Dover-Rochester Other New Hampshire Radio Regions: Northern New Hampshire See also: List of radio stations in New Hampshire This article about a radio station in Vermont is a stub. 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