WKSQ

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WKSQ/WQSK
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City of license WKSQ: Ellsworth, Maine
WQSK: Madison, Maine
WQSS: Camden, Maine
Broadcast area WKSQ: Bangor, Maine, Down East
WQSK: Skowhegan, Augusta
WQSS: Knox County, Mid Coast, Maine
Branding Kiss FM
Slogan Continuous Soft Rock
Frequency WKSQ: 94.5 MHz
WQSK: 97.5 MHz
WQSS: 102.5 MHz
First air date WKSQ: May 27, 1982 (1982-05-27)
WQSK: 1995 (1995)
WQSS: May 1988 (May 1988)
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP WKSQ: 11,500 watts
WQSK: 6,000 watts
WQSS: 7,900 watts
HAAT WKSQ: 313 meters
WQSK: 100 meters
WQSS: 366 meters
Class WKSQ: B
WQSK: A
WQSS: B
Facility ID WKSQ: 341
WQSK: 28684
WQSS: 41104
Transmitter coordinates WKSQ: 44°39′31.00″N 68°36′17.00″W / 44.6586111°N 68.6047222°W / 44.6586111; -68.6047222 (WKSQ)
WQSK: 44°47′32.00″N 69°58′10.00″W / 44.7922222°N 69.9694444°W / 44.7922222; -69.9694444 (WQSK)
WQSS: 44°12′40.00″N 69°09′6.00″W / 44.2111111°N 69.1516667°W / 44.2111111; -69.1516667 (WQSS)
Callsign meaning WKSQ: KiSs Q
WQSK: similar to WKSQ
WQSS: ?
Former callsigns WQSK:
WIGY (1995–2013)
Owner Blueberry Broadcasting
Sister stations WABK, WAEI, WBAK, WBFB, WBFE, WBKA, WJYE, WTOS-FM, WTUX, WVOM-FM, WVQM
Website kissfm.net

WKSQ (94.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an adult contemporary format. Licensed to Ellsworth, Maine, USA, the station serves the Bangor area. The station is currently owned by Blueberry Broadcasting.[1] The station used to air The John Tesh Radio Show up to June 2009. WKSQ also airs Maine Black Bears football and men's hockey, sharing flagship status of the Black Bear Sports Network with WAEI.[2] WKSQ's programming is also simulcast in the Skowhegan market on WQSK (97.5 FM) in Madison, which was formerly part of Fox Sports Maine, and in the Mid Coast area on WQSS (102.5 FM) in Camden, which formerly offered its own adult contemporary format.[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WKSQ Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 
  2. ^ Mahoney, Larry (June 14, 2011). "KISS 94.5 FM to join WAEI in broadcasting Maine games". Bangor Daily News. Retrieved February 6, 2012. 
  3. ^ Venta, Lance (February 24, 2014). "Blueberry Creates Maine AC Trimulcast". Radio Insight. Retrieved February 24, 2014. 
  4. ^ Wolf, Chris (February 21, 2014). "Radio’s Midcoast 102.5 slips away". Penobscot Bay Pilot. Retrieved February 24, 2014. 

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