WFBQ (94.7 FM, "Q95") is a radio station in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, owned by Clear Channel Communications. The station operates on the FM radio frequency of 94.7_MHz, FM channel 234. The studios are located at 6161 Fall Creek Road on the northeast side of Indianapolis. The transmitter and antenna are located on the northwest side of Indianapolis. It is the flagship station of the popular nationally syndicated program The Bob and Tom Show. WFBQ began operation as WFBM-FM in 1955 as the sister station to WFBM-AM (now WNDE) and WFBM-TV (now WRTV). In 1957, the three WFBM stations were sold to Time-Life, Inc. In 1961 WFBM-AM/WFBM-FM were sold to Fischer Communications who also owned WAZY-AM/WAZY-FM in Lafayette and WGBF-AM/WGBF-FM in Evansville. In 1972, WFBM-TV became WRTV. In August 1973, WFBM-AM became Top 40 WNDE. WFBM-FM had become Oldies-formatted WFBQ earlier that same year.
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