WCCQ (98.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a country music format. Licensed to Crest Hill, Illinois, USA, it serves the Chicago area. The station was launched as a country station in 1984 as Q-Country. The original lineup of announcers included Bob Zak, Mark Edwards, Ted Clark, Barb Wunder, Jim Beedle, Matt Kingston and Jim Felbinger. The current lineup features Roy & Carol in the morning (since 1994), Geno Brien middays (former morning show host of 95.9 the River) and Todd Boss (The Bossman) doing afternoons. Other weekend and fill-in personalities include Rich Renik (from WMAQ and WUSN), Brandon Jones, Jillian, and Laura Vaughn. The station is currently owned by Alpha Media, through licensee Alpha Media Licensee LLC, and features programming from Jones Radio Network. In April 2011, it became one of the two Chicago-area stations to broadcast NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races.
|City||Crest Hill, Illinois|
|Broadcast area||Chicago, Illinois|
|Slogan||"Your Hometown Country Station"|
|First air date||1976|
|Affiliations||Jones Radio Network|
(Alpha Media Licensee LLC)