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City Camden, Maine
Broadcast area Knox County, Maine
Branding Kiss FM
Slogan Continuous Soft Rock
Frequency 102.5 MHz
First air date May 1988
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 20,500 watts
HAAT 234.7 meters
Class B
Facility ID 41104
Transmitter coordinates 44°12′40″N 69°09′04″W / 44.211°N 69.151°W / 44.211; -69.151Coordinates: 44°12′40″N 69°09′04″W / 44.211°N 69.151°W / 44.211; -69.151
Owner Blueberry Broadcasting
(Blueberry Broadcasting, LLC)
Website www.kissfm.net

WQSS (102.5 FM, "Kiss FM") is a radio station licensed to Camden, Maine with studios in Augusta, Maine. The station, owned by Blueberry Broadcasting, broadcasts an adult contemporary format simulcast with WKSQ (94.5 FM) in Ellsworth and WQSK (97.5 FM) in Madison.[1]


WQSS began broadcasting in May 1988. The first song played was "Here Comes The Sun" by the Beatles. For many years, WQSS was known as "Coast 102.5" and had an adult contemporary format, with studios located in Camden. Until December 26, 2008, the station was known as "102-5 The Peak" playing a classic hits format. WQSS then changed back to adult contemporary, as "Midcoast 102.5." On February 24, 2014, the station began to simulcast with WKSQ and WQSK as "Kiss FM".[1]


  1. ^ a b Wolf, Chris (February 21, 2014). "Radio's Midcoast 102.5 slips away". Penobscot Bay Pilot. Retrieved February 24, 2014.

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