Category Archives for Station News
WBCQ will be attending the annual Shortwave Listener Festival, happening March 1–2, 2013, at the Doubletree Guest Suites, Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania. The Fest is sponsored by NASWA, the North American Shortwave Association, but it covers much more than just shortwave; mediumwave … Continue reading
From: Steve Hey ; Just wanted to take a minute and say thanks for providing an outlet & a venue for free speech. While I don’t agree with the use of profanity over the air due to the wide ages … Continue reading
The first broadcast from the Motor Vessel Sarah and Radio New York International (July 23, 1987) will be airing at 2330 UTC (7:30pm eastern time) on WBCQ 5.110 MHz. Happy 25th anniversary to RNI! Streaming on the internet at www.splatterbox.us:5110
All internet services at WBCQ are back online. Thanks for your patience.
WBCQ took a direct lightning hit today, and as a result, internet services are offline. We will be relaying Allan’s show on the internet via the Area 51 webcast here: http://www.splatterbox.us:5110/
We have received word that Jay Smilkstein, our longtime friend and WBCQ fan, passed away at his home on Monday, March 12, 2012. If you would like to know more about where to send your expressions of sympathy, please contact … Continue reading
Breaking News The FCC has notified WBCQ that they must vacate 7.415 MHz no later than Monday, October 24, 2011. Effective this date the new frequency will be 7.490 MHz.
Greetings to all our listeners. Some schedule changes of note: Saturdays on 7415 is now all available time, as all the paid programmers have ceased production on WBCQ. Gone are “It Can Happen Here! with Dr. Ari Ben-Tzvi,” “The Medical … Continue reading
The website for the Free Radio Network (FRN) and it’s active message board are hosted in Joplin, Missouri, which on May 22 was the site of a devastating tornado outbreak. As a result the site is currently offline. At this time we have not … Continue reading
Tonight, Sunday, March 28, 2010, Area 51 will be heard on three frequencies: 5.110 MHz: 5pm to 10pm eastern time 9.330 MHz: 5pm to 10pm eastern time 15.420 MHz: 5pm to 8pm eastern time You can address reception reports and … Continue reading