WWWQ-FM Atlanta

Goals

To obtain a brief on WWWQ-FM radio station in Atlanta including recent news, competitors, personalities and shows, executives, apps, and associations.

Early Findings

News

A news and press scan for the past year revealed that there has been very little news regarding WWWQ-FM radio station in Atlanta.
  • In January 2019, WWWQ-FM changed its name from Q100 to Q99.7. The radio station has been broadcasting on 99.7 since 2008. Cumulus Media, which owns the channel, decided to change the name to reflect the true channel, as well as to refresh and rebrand the station.
  • Also in January 2019, night jock Byron Cooper left the station after only 3 months.

Competitors

Radio stations in the Atlanta metro area with a similar format include:

Personalities and Shows

Executives

Our initial research revealed that WWWQ-FM radio station in Atlanta does not have a dedicated Linkedin page. A search of WWWQ-FM and Q99.7 turned up several interns and Viccki Shelton.

Apps


Proposed next steps:

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During our initial research, we found that B98.5, Power 96.1, and 97.1 The River are competitors to WWWQ-FM radio station in Atlanta. We recommend providing a competitive analysis of each station to determine format, programming content, and marketing/advertising strategy.
We also recommend further research to provide an overview of the on-air personalities of WWWQ-FM radio station in Atlanta including a link to their social media profiles, air times, and programming format. In addition, we recommend further research to identify executives for the radio station including LinkedIn profiles and social media profiles.
We also recommend further research to determine any apps or third-party streaming services that air the programming of WWWQ-FM radio station in Atlanta, including any relationship or association with Triton Digital, Spreaker, Omny Studios, The Complete Sheet, JacApps, Dataminr, and StreamGuys.