WKAQ-FM

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WKAQ-FM
City of license San Juan, Puerto Rico
Broadcast area Puerto Rico
Branding KQ105 FM
Slogan La Primera
Frequency 104.7 MHz
98.7 MHz
Format Contemporary hit radio
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 372.0 meters
Class B
Facility ID 19098
Transmitter coordinates 18°16′51″N 66°6′38″W / 18.28083°N 66.11056°W / 18.28083; -66.11056Coordinates: 18°16′51″N 66°6′38″W / 18.28083°N 66.11056°W / 18.28083; -66.11056
Owner Univision Radio Puerto Rico Inc.
Sister stations WKAQ (AM) ("Radio Reloj")
Webcast Listen Live
Website univision.net, KQ105, Univision Radio

WKAQ-FM (104.7 FM, "KQ105 FM") along with it satellite WUKQ-FM (98.7 FM) are a pair of radio stations in Puerto Rico broadcasting a contemporary hit radio format. Licensed to San Juan, Puerto Rico, WKAQ-FM serves the eastern half of the island while WUKQ, licensed to Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, serves the western half. The stations are currently owned by Univision Radio Puerto Rico Inc., a subsidiary of Univision Communications, Inc.

KQ105 FM Radio is best known for its concerts "KQusticos", popular hit music playlists, and for its great variety of music including all genres of pop, ballads, few salsa and merengue, and even reggaeton. It's also characterized for having less commercials per hour than any other local station with a programming based only on music 24 hours, 7 days a week, except Saturdays (Sundays repeated) were there is a live Top 20 Countdown involving interviews to artists, presenting the top 20 best music of the week, and local/international news on artists such as gossips.[citation needed]

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