Our WBCQ Radio Stations




WBCQ is three very separate and distinctive radio stations with three different formats located in Monticello, Maine.

WBCQ is a shortwave radio station operating at Monticello, Maine, United States. The station is owned and operated by Allan Weiner, who also owns and operates WXMEAM 780 kHz and WBCQ-FM 94.7 MHz at the shortwave site. 

  WBCQ and its AM and FM sister stations are licensed by the FCC under Allan Weiner's name 



WBCQ FM is known as Kixx FM, operating at 94.7 FM playing a Classic Country Music Format that  is very popular in our area.

Reaching an audience in Northern Maine and Western New Brunswick, the station operates as a community station, featuring live remote broadcasts, contests and giveaways. 

You can follow us on Facebook and listen to us on the tunein radio app where you go.



 WXME (780 AM) is a radio station located in Monticello, Maine, United States serving the Northern Maine market and broadcasts a  Talk and Rock Format.

Day Time Talk and Nights and Weekend Rock.

In the fall of 2018 WXME received a license for a small FM repeater signal at 98.3 FM

Our National Hosts include Mike Gallagher, Alex Jones and Howie Carr.

We have a LOCAL talk show, Back Talk on WXME , Mon- Fri from 7 AM - 9 AM, hosted by Paul Cleary.  His shows are current and informative. He has a variety of guests and will take your call.

Paul is a former Broadcaster on WHOU and WSSY radio stations. He served 12 years on the Houlton Town Council, including 7 years as chairman. Paul has been on the Board of the Houlton Fair Association. He is currently serving as President. Paul has been involved with youth basketball, serving as a coach at the Houlton Rec Dept and Houlton Middle School.

Visit the WXME Facebook Page

WBCQ Shortwave a/k/a The Super Station



WBCQ began operation in 1998 with just the WBCQ-1 transmitter on 7.415 MHz. WBCQ's shortwave antennas are all beamed directionally: primarily at 245 degrees, and secondarily at 65 degrees.

The station transmits numerous talk shows and other programs produced by commercial networks 


WBCQ The Planet announced that it is building one of the most powerful and versatile radio stations in the world. WBCQ’s new shortwave radio station, now under construction in Monticello, Maine, features a new 500-kilowatt transmitter from Continental Electronics and a state-of-the-art antenna system from Ampegon Antenna of Switzerland.

The new station, funded by private investors, will be able to direct a powerful shortwave signal to any country on Earth. Our new facility is planned to be a showcase for the radio world and is dedicated to our free speech mission.

The new station is planned to commence operations soon


Prime time slots available now. Call and reserve today.

Call 207-538-9180. Be heard on the shortwaves.

Visit WBCQ-The Planet on Facebook.