WOCQ

WOCQ
WOCQ
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City of license Berlin, Maryland
Broadcast area Salisbury/Ocean City, Maryland
Branding OC104
Slogan "#1 for Hip-Hop and R&B"
Frequency 103.9 (MHz)
First air date July 20, 1981
Format Rhythmic Contemporary
ERP 6,000 watts
HAAT 100 meters
Class A
Owner Great Scott Broadcasting
Website oc104.com

WOCQ (103.9 FM, "OC104") is a Rhythmic Contemporary formatted radio station licensed to Berlin, Maryland, USA, with offices located in Georgetown, Delaware. Its tower stands 348 feet (106.1 meters) and is located in Whaleyville, Maryland.

OC104 has been voted #1 Small Market Rhythmic Top 40 Radio Station several times in the past.[citation needed] The station has consistently been among the Top 5 radio stations in its market.

Programming

103.9 OC104 is home to Bill Baker "The Rumpshaker" & Jessica, and The Hip-Hop Coffee Shop, airing weekday mornings. Jessica covers news, weather and sports throughout the morning, as well as celebrity gossip with Jessica's Juice. The Coffee Shop also features The Old School/New School Flavas of the Day, an opportunity for listeners to win prizes. Every morning starts with The Mix at 6, while DJ DNial drops The Mocha Mix, a nonstop mix of old school hip-hop, R&B, and reggae. The Latte Lounge rounds out the morning, in which the HHCS answers listeners' e-mails about everything from relationship issues to concerns of the community. The Hip-Hop Coffee Shop also features Psychic Wayne most Friday mornings. Based in California, Wayne takes calls, and offers advice as well as a look into listeners' futures.

Midday man Chubb Love covers workday shout-outs, requests and dedications ("SRDs", as they've come to be known). He hosts The Old School Lunch every weekday at noon (Fridays mixed live by DJ Str8 Up), followed by What's In My Brown Bag?, a chance for listeners to win. Chubb Love, sometimes outside of his on-air shift has mastered several impressions his most famous is Tom Brokaw and Tony Danza.

"The Queen Dee" Dee-Lite brings listeners home during afternoon drive with continued shout-outs, requests and dedications, plus The 4:20 Break: Believe Dat or Believe Dat Not, another shot for listeners to win prizes. DJ DNial returns and joins Dee-Lite for The 5 O'Clock Drive, a back-to-back mix of top Hip-Hop and R&B hits.

Lonnie Legend steps in Monday through Thursday nights with even more "SRDs," as well as the return of Lonnie Legend's Lowdown.

OC104 is also home to Razor Sharp Radio with DJ Tavonne & Skeet Boogie, every Friday night, as well as The Baka Boyz and their World Famous Hip-Hop Master Mix, Saturday nights. The Saturday Night Street Party follows with "The West Coast Bigshot" DJ Pressure, live until midnight. Big Tigger hosts Live in the Den on Sunday nights, a countdown of the 20 biggest songs of the week.

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