Radio Station Information
WKCQ 98.1 FM
City of License:
Saginaw-Bay City-Midland, MI
MacDonald (The Macdonald Broadcasting Company)
WKCQ is an FM radio station broadcasting at 98.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Saginaw, MI and is part of the Saginaw-Bay City-Midland, MI radio market. The station airs country music programming and goes by the name "98 FM - KCQ Country" on the air. WKCQ is owned by MacDonald.
Most Played Artist
Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Carrie Underwood, Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, Taylor Swift, Reba, Zac Brown Band, Jason Aldean, George Strait, Lady Antebellum, Sugarland, Billy Currington, Blake Shelton, Darius Rucker, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan
Nearby Radio StationsWSAM 1400 AM, WILZ 104.5 FM, Mix 106.3, Hot 107, WJMK 1250 AM, 102.5 WIOG, WSGW 790 AM, WMAX 1440 AM, WMJO 97.3 FM, WSGW 100.5 FM
Listener Comments and Reviews
I am a business owner of over 30 years. We help tremendously with the pink pig, and cancer month in general. Now we have a very close client that is much need of financing during to her breast cancer. We proudly turned her toward the pink pig.They informed her it was closed just two days after the month of October. She ask if breast cancer only had one month.It is bad enough to be struck with this deadly news let alone to be turned away by an organization that says they will help, and doesn't. She was denied after she filled out three hours of paperwork. I just felt that as a fellow business owner you would like to know what the cause is like that you have put such a tremendous amount of time into.
By: Donna Kerridge on November 11, 2011
i love 98.1 becauise you are a country radio station and i love country!!!!!!!!!!!!
By: stephanie heroux on February 6, 2014
I love 98..1 you play the best country music
By: Bruce Raymond on February 5, 2015
Public Service Announcement
Bay City State Recreation Area Winter Fest: Saturday Feb. 18: 9am-7pm
Department of Natural Resources hosting 24th annual Winter Festival offered on Michigan’s Free Fishing Weekend. Activities including youth Ice Fishing, bird hikes and identification, Native American Snow Snake Clinic, and hikes to the beaver lodge and eagle nest viewing site among many indoor and outdoor activities. Delta College Planetarium Manager, Mike Murray will give an astronomy presentation and, weather permitting, outside observing with binoculars (provided) will follow. Explore the winter world of Michigan’s Native Americans with historian/archaeologist, Mike Slasinski, curator for Great Lakes Logging and Indian Culture Museum.
Sponsored by Saginaw Bay Walleye Club and Frank’s Great Outdoors of Linwood. For more information contact the Saginaw Bay Visitor Center page on the DNR website.
By: Val Blaschka on February 15, 2017
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