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|Slogan||The Right Song, Right Now|
|First air date||As Lite FM May 2000, As Dublin's Q102 March 2004|
Dublin's Q102 is a commercial radio station in Dublin, owned by Wireless Group. It broadcasts on 102.2 MHz FM. The station is licensed to target the 35+ age group, and must provide hourly news, as well as current events programming.
The station was launched as Lite 102.2. On purchasing the station, UTV rebranded it to Dublin's Q102 thanks to research of Dublin people aged over 35, who decided on bringing back the name of a former pirate radio station.
The station's relaunch was orchestrated by former Big Brother UK contestant Ray Shah, who took over the station until it was relaunched. The take over involved a defacement of Lite 102.2's website and the constant playing of Mah Nà Mah Nà during the transition period. The station's Radio Data System PS name was changed to MUPPET during this time, before settling on Q102 afterwards. The first song played on the new Dublin's Q102 was Night Fever by The Bee Gees followed by What About Me by Shannon Noll.
The station broadcasts mainly adult contemporary music aimed at the 35+ age group. The station broadcasts news on the hour (half-hour at peak times) along with sports, traffic and weather updates. Recent JNLR listenership results have seen the station go from strength to strength.
- Dave Harrington (Dave Harrington In The Morning 6-10am)
- Liam Coburn (10am-2pm)
- Aidan Cooney (2-5pm)
- Scott Williams ('Drive @ 5' - 5-7pm)
- Debbie Allen (The Lovezone 7pm-12am)
- Stephen Daly (Sat Breakfast)
- Lisa Armstrong (The Lovezone Fri,Sat 7pm-12am)
- Conor Clear (The Lovezone Sun 7pm-12am)
- Gerry Stevens (Sun Breakfast)
- Matt Dempsey (Sun 11am-2pm)
- Paul Egan