A second FM frequency has signed on to Entercom’s “Channel Q” LGBTQ+ talk radio network, which showcases news & information, pop culture and music. The station will now air on 103.3 FM in Seattle, fed by the HD2 channel of “The End’ KNDD Seattle. The 103.3 Seattle-licensed translator K277AE had been simulcasting rhythmic AC “Hot 103.7” KHTP.
“We are thrilled to bring Channel Q to Seattle,” said Jack Hutchison, senior VP and market manager, Entercom Seattle. “We’re passionate about giving a voice to the LGBTQ+ community and its allies, and look forward to partnering with people and organizations that help the LGBTQ+ community thrive in Seattle.”
The station’s weekday lineup is as follows: 6-10am: “The Morning Beat,” hosted by Jai Rodriguez and Mikalah Gordon; 10am-noon: “Dumb Gay Politics + Everything Else,” hosted by Julie Goldman & Brandy Howard (Monday-Thursday); “Sidebar with John Duran,” hosted by John Duran (Friday); 12-2pm: “No Things Considered with Kevin Klein & Ally Johnson”; 2-4pm: “Our House,” with pop hits, chill and house music; 4-7pm: “Let’s Go There,” hosted by Shira Lazar and Ryan Mitchell; 7-9pm: “LoveLine,” hosted by Dr. Chris Donaghue (Monday-Thursday); 9pm-6am: “Our House.”
Channel Q has additional outlets in seven markets, including 103.1 FM KQPS-FM in Palm Springs, its other non-HD2 frequency; and Phoenix, Las Vegas, Sacramento, Houston and San Francisco. It is also available on Entercom’s app, Radio.com.