KRRQ

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KRRQ
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CityLafayette, Louisiana
Broadcast areaLafayette metropolitan area
Branding"Q-95-5"
Slogan#1 for Hip-Hop and R&B
Frequency95.5 MHz
First air dateSeptember 29, 1989 [1]
FormatUrban Contemporary
ERP50,000 watts
HAAT135 meters
ClassC2
Callsign meaningRRQ as in Rock (former) Q Branding (current)
OwnerCumulus Media
(Radio License Holding CBC, LLC)
Sister stationsKXKC, KNEK-AM/FM, KSMB
Websitewww.krrq.com

KRRQ (branded as Q-95-5) is a radio station serving the Lafayette metropolitan area with an Urban Contemporary format. It operates on FM frequency 95.5 and is under ownership of Cumulus Media. Its studios are located on Galbert Road in Lafayette, and its transmitter is located southeast of Church Point, Louisiana.

They are very well known for their 48-hour live Christmas special, donated to Africa. For the majority of the 1990s it was owned by Cavendish Media Broadcasting, LLC. as a Rock station, branded as "Rock 95 and a Half - Acadiana's Rock" and later sold to the now defunct Citadel Broadcasting. (Now Cumulus Media) On March 1, 1996 the station flipped from the Modern Rock format to its now current Contemporary Hip Hop and R&B.

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Coordinates: 30°21′07″N 92°10′52″W / 30.352°N 92.181°W / 30.352; -92.181