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WMFQ City of license Ocala, Florida Broadcast area Gainesville-Ocala, Florida Branding Big! 92.9 FM Slogan "Biggest Hits of the 60's and 70's" Frequency 92.9 (MHz) Format Oldies (1960s-1980s) ERP 50,000 watts HAAT 145 meters Class C2 Facility ID 3058 Owner Asterisk Communications Webcast Listen Live Website wmfq.fm WMFQ (92.9 FM, "Big! 92.9 FM") is a commercial radio station in Ocala, Florida, broadcasting to the Gainesville-Ocala, Florida area on 92.9 FM. The station began broadcasting in July 1977 with a Beautiful Music format; the calls stood for We Mean Fine Quality, as in the station's "quality" music. The format evolved into Adult Contemporary by 1990, using the slogan "Q-Lite 92.9" and then "Q92.9." The current oldies format was adopted in 2004. Despite the "Biggest Hits of the 60s and 70s" slogan, the station also plays a fair amount of music from the 1980s, having added artists like Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Naked Eyes, George Michael, Tiffany, and Culture Club to its playlist in recent months. External links Official Website Query the FCC's FM station database for WMFQ Radio-Locator information on WMFQ Query Arbitron's FM station database for WMFQ v • d • e Radio stations in the Gainesville / Ocala market By AM frequency 640  · 850 · 900 · 980 · 1230 · 1240 · 1370 · 1390 · 1430 By FM frequency 88.1 · 88.5 · 89.1 · 90.1 · 90.5 · 90.9 · 91.3 · 91.7 · 91.9 · 92.5 · 92.9 · 93.7 · 94.7 (WGLJ-LP) · 94.7 (WGOT-LP) · 94.7 (WVFP-LP) · 94.9 · 95.5 · 95.7 · 97.3 · 98.5 · 99.5 · 100.5 · 100.7 · 100.9 · 101.3 · 101.7 · 102.3 · 103.3 · 103.7 · 104.3 · 104.7 · 104.9 · 105.3 · 106.3 · 106.9 · 107.7 · 107.9 By callsign WAJD · WAQV · WBXY · WDVH · WDVH-FM · WERF-LP · WFJV-LP · WGGG · WGLJ-LP · WGOT-LP · WHGN · WHHZ · WHIJ · WITG-LP · WJLF · WJND-LP · WJQB · WJUF · WKTK · WKZY · WMOP · WMFQ · WNDD · WNDN · WNDT · WOCA · WOGF · WOGK · WPZM-LP · WRLE-LP · WRUF · WRUF-FM · WSKY-FM · WTMG · WTMN · WTRS · WUFT-FM · WVFP-LP · WVLG · WWLC · WXJZ · WYFB · WYFZ · WYGC · WYKS · WZCC Defunct stations WCFI Florida Radio Markets: Daytona Beach • Fort Myers-Naples-Marco Island • Ft. Pierce-Stuart-Vero Beach • Ft. Walton Beach • Gainesville-Ocala • Jacksonville • Lakeland-Winter Haven • Melbourne-Titusville-Cocoa • Miami-Ft. Lauderdale • Orlando • Panama City • Pensacola • Sarasota-Bradenton • Sebring • Tallahassee • Tampa-St.Petersburg-Clearwater • West Palm Beach-Boca Raton Other Florida Radio Regions: The Florida Keys • Lake City See also: List of radio stations in Florida v • d • e Oldies Radio Stations in the state of Florida By Frequency 92.9 · 97.9 · 98.5 · 102.7 · 102.7 · 105.9 · 106.1 · 106.3 · 107.9 · 640 · 1050 · 1130 By Callsign: WJCM · WJQB · WMFQ · WMXJ · WOCL · WQTL · WRGO · WSBH · WSRZ-FM · WTSM · WVLG · WWBF By City: Bartow · Cedar Key · Coral Cove · Deland · Ocala · Pompano Beach · Satellite Beach · Sebring · Spring Hill · Tallahassee · Wildwood · Woodville See also: Adult Contemporary, Classic Hits, College, Country, News/Talk, NPR, Oldies, Religious, Rock, Sports, Top 40, Urban and Other radio stations in Florida Also see: Oldies and Classic Hits. This article about a radio station in Florida is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e