Radio Station Information
City of License:
The Jackson Group (The Ridgefield Broadcasting Corporation)
WQQQ is an FM radio station broadcasting at 103.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Sharon, CT. The station broadcasts Adult Contemporary music programming. WQQQ is owned by The Jackson Group.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
I remember WQQQ back in the early 70's and 80's in Allentown area of Pa. Q - 100 .
70'S It was Easy listening , 80's top 40 hits.
By: Stephen Farrell on May 1, 2020
For the most part I enjoy your jazz programming and hopefully you'll add more classical programming.
What I can't stand is the really corny stuff you play from the 50's and 60's. Otherwise it's been a welcome change.
We get plenty of NPR options in upper Litchfield City.
Thank you for the effort that you have been making.
By: Jim Wexler on April 21, 2021
3 months later and I'm still loving your radio station and it's rather vast selection. I have it on in the house and my car everyday.
Amidst all the overbearing all news and "process music" stations on the air today, it is a joy to listen to the music you play and without commercials I might add1
Keep up the good work and if you have any questions or comments, be sure to let me know.
By: Eeric Zockoff on May 21, 2021
Unlike one of your listeners, I love hearing the best of the 50's,60's, 70s, etc. I could listen to them all day. I also like to hear the wonderful jazz singers of yesterday, like Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughn etc., even instrumentals like More and Cast Your Fate to the Winds, movie scores like The Big Country, Quigley Down Under, singers like Johnny Rivers. Since I first heard your station playing these lovely tunes from the past, your station is now set on my FM Radio to listen to when I'm driving. I also love Classical and would love to hear Debussy, Ravel, Bizet, and many more. Thank ;you for bringing good melodic music back. There are enough stations playing contemporary music, which is a matter of taste and age. I am delighted to hear really good music again.
By: Naomi K. on June 2, 2021
Need to find your playlists!
By: Gregory L.P. on June 15, 2021
Keep up the great format! Love it all!
By: Pat and Dave on June 19, 2021
Grew up in Pittsburgh w/ WWSW, esp Dave Schallenberger's evening program of MOR format radio, this is stuff that I love. So happy to have it to listen to again. Am pleased to hear straight and swing jazz and cabaret as well. As with the old format I would love to hear more ed Ames and jack jones and as little 70s soft rock as possible. Very glad no commercial though I wouldn't hate to hear people who know and love the music play and speak about it. All in all I am thankful you eneterred the local air and hope you can carry on as long as possible.
By: Victor on July 11, 2021
My first reaction to your station, maybe 6 months ago, was not good. The music was insipid and I turned it off. But, I listened again and it caught my attention. The sheer breadth of the music is fabulous, the individual tunes run the gamut, but in total, it's a wonderful smorgasbord of the sounds of the last 70 years. The rare gems that pop up from time to time make me smile. I'd love to be able to look at playlists so that I could identify some of the things I'm hearing, but that is a small thing compared to the aural history that WQQQ broadcasts. And, the sound quality of the station is perfect. The music sounds like it was made yesterday. Bravo.
By: Joe G. on October 9, 2021
We picked up your very enjoyable station earlier this year, and while we are a fringe reception area (Rondout reservoir) when conditions are right listen often. We are confused by your website which tells us either you or your sister station (NPR ?) are discontinuing programming.
If you are continuing your varied 40's to 90's format we shall be glad to send a check. Let us know please.
By: Rob on October 19, 2021
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