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KSKQ (defunct)

KSKQ was a Los Angeles radio station that broadcasts at 1540 AM. The station was owned by Spanish Broadcasting System and was known as "Super KQ." Super KQ played various Spanish-language musical forms at part of its format, including salsa and merengue music similar to its sister station in New York City, WSKQ (now WSNR).

In 1993, Super KQ's format moved to 97.9 FM (now KLAX-FM). 1540 AM became Mexican regional KXMG, "Mega 1540." Later, this frequency became KMPC. The frequency now broadcast in Korean after several years with a sports radio format.

KSKQ signed off on July 31, 1993 and was replaced with Regional Mexican KLAX-FM "La X," much to the consternation of its fans. Today, " La Raza" has shifted to a Regional Mexican format and is now owned by Spanish Broadcasting System.

The SKQ call sign continues on sister station WSKQ-FM Mega 97.9 in New York City.

SKQ Category:Spanish Broadcasting System radio stations Category:Defunct radio stations in the United States Category:Radio stations established in 1984 SKQ


KSKQ is a non-commercial educational (NCE) community FM radio station licensed by the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to Ashland, Oregon, United States. Originally a low power (100 watt) LPFM station, it was upgraded to a full-power NCE station in June 2011. Its studio is located in Ashland. The original transmitter was just southeast of the city, but has now been dismantled in favor of a better site on Table Mountain. KSKQ has been streaming locally produced and nationally syndicated programming over the Internet since 2005. In 2007, it also began broadcasting over the airwaves at 94.9 FM.