KHTQ

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KHTQ
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City of license Hayden, Idaho
Broadcast area Spokane, Washington
Branding "Rock 94 & A ½"
Slogan Spokane's Best Rock
Frequency 94.5 MHz
First air date November 1, 1991 (as KKCH)
Format Active Rock
ERP 83,000 watts
HAAT 665 meters
Class C
Facility ID 49244
Callsign meaning HT = "Hits" (previous format)
Former callsigns KMWC (1989-1991, CP)
KKCH (1991-1995)
Owner Morgan Murphy Media / Spokane Television Group
(QueenB Radio, Inc.)
Sister stations KEZE, KXLX, KXLY, KXLY-FM, KXLY-TV, KXMN-LP, KVNI, KZZU-FM
Webcast Listen Live
Website rock945.com

KHTQ is an active rock outlet licensed to Hayden, Idaho and serving the Spokane, Washington area. They broadcast at 94.5 MHz on the FM dial with an effective radiated power of 83 kW and is owned by Morgan Murphy Media.

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KHTQ, whose moniker is "Rock 94 & A 1/2", has been offering a current-based mix of today's cutting-edge Rock and Modern Rock hits since their flip from Top 40 in 1998. It is also the home of the Seattle Seahawks.[1]

Notable Air-Talent has included: GA,[2] The Stunt Double JP a.k.a Josh Pryor,[3] "Krazy Aunt" Karla8,[4] "Uncle" Larry Pearson,[5] Brufus P Owsley, Barry "FNG" Bennett, The "Shock-Doctor", Tripp Rogers,[6] Geoff Scott,[5][7] Kris "Beavis" Seibers,[5] Ken "O'Doule" Richards, Kevin Hagen, Sean Knight, Stephanie Marr, Roxxy Davis, Greg Mills, Angel "Dangerchick", Steve Hawk, Larry Snider,[5] and "Jumpy" the Rock-Dog and Scotty "Buns of" Steele

KHTQ has been nominated for a RadioContraband Rock Radio Award for "Medium Market Radio Station of the Year" in 2011 and 2012

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Coordinates: 47°39′32″N 116°57′50″W / 47.659°N 116.964°W / 47.659; -116.964