FM Technical Profile: WESP

Station Name:
102.5 The Q
70s/80s Classic Hits
Transmitter Location:
[map] About a half mile west of the intersection of Ross Clark Circle with South Oates Street (US-231), behind the Hyundai car dealer.
Power (ERP):
10 kW
Antenna HAAT:
434 feet
Other Information:
60 dBu protected contour map, from the FCC.
:PS-ROCK1025 Time-[?] Text-[?] PTY-Classic Rock PI-WESP-FM
More Information:

[Studio] Street View imagery of the Gulf South studios on US-231 in Dothan.
Alabama Media
Formerly Rock 102.5, this station was later known as "Eagle 102.5" with the same rock format.  Liners mentioning both names still aired from time to time but eventually the Eagle moniker won out.  After Magic Broadcasting bought the station in 2011, the format changed to a 70s and 80s classic hits formats as "Q 102", part of a larger Dothan shake-up.  Eventually sold to Gulf South, it was sold in 2011 to Alabama Media in a complicated deal involving Magic Broadcasting.  Members of the Holladay family are involved in both Gulf South and Alabama Media.  In May of 2015 the station was granted a permit to move to a common tower used by other co-owned stations off Ross Clark Circle, and that facility was put into use in late November 2016.