OutQ (Sirius XM)
|Broadcast area||Contiguous United States & Canada|
|Slogan||It starts here...|
|First air date||April 14, 2003
(via Sirius Satellite Radio)
|Last air date||February 13, 2016|
|Former frequencies||Sirius 146 (2003-2005)
Sirius 109 (2007-2011)
XM 98 (2008-2011)
SiriusXM 108 (2011-2014)
SiriusXM 106 (2014-2016)
|Owner||Sirius XM Radio|
OutQ was a news, talk and entertainment channel on Sirius XM Radio, geared for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender audiences. The channel was available to Sirius and XM subscribers in both the United States and Canada.
Personalities associated with the channel included Frank DeCaro, Doria Biddle, Larry Flick, Lance Bass, Derek Hartley, and Romaine Patterson. Tim Curran served as the channel's news director, with Xorje Olivares as the lead anchor. OutQ News changed its schedule on August 4, 2013, leaving behind its top-of-the-hour format in favor of a daily news review aired at 6pm EST.
It had been announced that SiriusXM would be closing down OutQ on February 13, 2016.
- SIRIUS OutQ
- OutQ News blog
- SIRIUS XM Radio to Receive Special Recognition GLAAD Award for 'The Laramie Project, 10 Years Later - The Lasting Legacy of Matthew Shepard'
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