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Radio Station Q92.9 FM Partners with Beyond Spots & Dots for Rebranding Efforts

Friday, April 13, 2012


Local radio station Q92.9 FM has partnered with Pittsburgh advertising agency Beyond Spots & Dots in its rebranding efforts and has selected artwork created by the agency as their new logo.

“We are honored that Q92.9 FM has selected our creative to be used as the new logo for the radio station,” said Melanie Querry, president of Beyond Spots & Dots.

The new branding comes during an exciting time for Q92.9 FM, and demonstrates Steel City Media’s commitment to the Pittsburgh listening community to play music from the “80s, 90s, 2K, and today.”

"The new branding and refreshed logo reflect our desire to stay current while complementing the vision of our station," said Gregg Frischling, vice president and general manager of Steel City Media, the parent company of Q92.9 FM.

About Beyond Spots & Dots

Beyond Spots & Dots is a full-service Pittsburgh marketing agency which manages all facets of advertising and marketing, including PR, corporate branding, creative design, social media management, Web development, outdoor, online, TV, radio, and print media planning and buying. Beyond Spots & Dots also provides additional services, such as market research, search engine optimization, search engine marketing, and video production.

In 2011 Beyond Spots & Dots was named the 18th fastest growing company and the fastest growing advertising agency in Pittsburgh by the Pittsburgh Business Times.

About Q92.9 FM

Q92.9 FM (WLTJ) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Steel City Media. Located in downtown Pittsburgh, WLTJ is a radio station that plays music from the 80s, 90s, 2000s, and today. Steel City Media, a family-owned and Pittsburgh-based business, is the only media company in Pittsburgh to offer publishing, broadcasting, and internet services. Properties include the Pittsburgh City Paper, Q92.9 FM and 96.9 BOB FM.



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