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Welcome to 92Q (WQQK) part of Cumulus. Are you looking to advertise with one of Nashville’s premier radio stations? You’ve come to the right place.

Click Here to fill out the form and we will introduce you to one of our experienced 92Q Account Executives. Let us show you what reaching over a million people a week can do for your business.

92Q, Nashville’s BIG Station, is a proud part of Cumulus Media with our sister properties.

NASH FM 103.3 – Country For Life Music Blocks at 10am, 2pm and 5pm
Titans Radio – The NFL’s Largest & Strongest Radio Network
99.7 WTN – Nashville’s Supertalk
104-5 The Zone – The Sports Station
95.5 NASH ICON – Country Music from the 90’s to Today!

While we, of course, offer delivery of the tried-and-true :05, :15, :30 or :60 second radio commercial, did you know our other results-oriented services also include:

  • Compelling Digital Services (i.e., Internet Radio, Display Web Ads, Online Contesting)
  • Active Social Media Communities
  • Rich Opt-in Databases
  • Numerous Street/Experiential Events
  • Text Messaging Engagement
  • Power Endorsements from our Leading On-Air Talent

Smart radio. Compelling content. Engaged audiences. Successful clients. It’s time to take radio advertising to a whole new level.

We appreciate your interest and look forward to helping you grow your business.

Lori Liggett – General Sales Manager at 92Q
(615) 312-3456 or Lori.Liggett
@cumulus.com

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