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4kq

4KQ
4KQ
City of license Brisbane, Queensland
Broadcast area Brisbane Gold Coast Ipswich Sunshine Coast Tweed Heads
Slogan Brisbane's Smooth Variety
Frequency 693 kHz AM (also on DAB+)
First air date May 7, 1947 (1947-05-07)[1]
Format Easy Listening
Language(s) English
Power 10,000 watts Day / 5,000 watts Night
Transmitter coordinates
Former frequencies 690 kHz (1948–1978)
650 kHz (1947–1948)
Affiliations Pure Gold Network
Owner Australian Radio Network Pty Ltd
(ARN Communications Pty Ltd)
Webcast [2]
Website .au.com4kq

4KQ is a commercial radio station in Brisbane, Australia owned by the Australian Radio Network.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Programming 2
    • Weekdays 2.1
    • Saturdays 2.2
    • Sundays 2.3
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

Planning for the station began after a licence with the callsign 4KQ was granted in August 1946.[2] It began broadcasting on the 7th of May 1947 on 650 kHz under the ownership of the Australian Labor Party.[3] The station was involved in number of controversies relating to this ownership.[4][5][6]

On 1st day of September 1948, the station changed to 690 kHz.[7] Originally operating at 1000W at launch, aprroval was given to upgrade to 2000W in April 1954.[8]

Later the station moved to 693 kHz in 1978. 4KQ broadcasts from its studios in the Brisbane suburb of Stones Corner, along with its sister station 97.3 FM (Brisbane). It presents a Classic Hits format of music from the 60s, 70s and 80s, with some 90's, aimed at listeners 40 – 54 years of age.

Programming

4KQ's main programming component is their Classic Hits music format. News Bulletins are also aired hourly weekdays from 05:00 to 18:00 hrs. (5 a.m. in the morning until 6 p.m. in the evening), with an increased half hourly frequency during the Breakfast programme. On weekends, these air from 06:00 to 12:00 hours (6 a.m. in the morning to 12 p.m. midday noontime). Traffic reports are also aired hourly, with an increased 15-minute frequency during the weekday Breakfast programme, and 20-minute frequency during the weekday Drive programme.

Weekdays

Show Presenters Time
The 4KQ Breakfast Team Laurel Edwards, 'Handy' Gary Clare & Mark Hine 05:30 to 09:00
Mornings and Middays Nick Michaels 09:00 to 14:00
Afternoons Paul Kennedy 14:00 to 19:00
Classic Hits At Evening Nights Brent James 19:00 to 24:00 (Mon - Thur)
Friday Nights Fever Brent James 19:00 to 24:00 (Friday)

Saturdays

Show Presenter Time
My Generation Jonesy and Amanda 16:00 to 18:00
Jukebox Saturday Evening Nights 18:00 to 24:00

Sundays

Show Presenter Time
Sunday Morning 60's Brent James 06:00 to 10:00
Living In The 70s Brent James 18:00 to 23:00

References

  1. ^ "4KQ Goes On The Air".  
  2. ^ "Labour Radio Will Be 4KQ".  
  3. ^ """Labor's 4KQ "On The Air. Worker ( 
  4. ^ "Premier Warned On Cash To 4KQ".  
  5. ^ "Promise to check 4KQ advertising".  
  6. ^ "Liberals protest 4KQ cut speech by Hiley".  
  7. ^ "Radio change costly (You'll need new dial)".  
  8. ^ "More Watts To Radio Stations".  

External links

  • http://www.4kq.com.au 4KQ's Official Site


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