Radio 93.7 KRQ (KRQQ)

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KRQQ is an FM radio station in Tucson, Arizona, which is licensed to broadcast on the frequency of 93.7 MHz with a power of 96,000 watts, and is owned by Clear Channel Communications. Its transmitter is on Tower Peak in the Tucson Mountains and the signal is mildly directional to avoid overlap KDKB in Phoenix, Arizona, under FCC rules that were in effect when the antenna was erected. Oddly enough, this is not vice versa. Known as 93.7 KRQ, the station plays Top 40 (CHR) music, and its primary audience or demographic is teens and young adults.KR... See more

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93.7 KRQ - Tucson‘s #1 Hit Music Station
+1(520)880-5000
Station Address 3202 N. Oracle Rd. Tucson, AZ 85705
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[2023-09-11 03:37:45]
KRQQ is an FM radio station in Tucson, Arizona, which is licensed to broadcast on the frequency of 93.7 MHz with a power of 96,000 watts, and is owned by Clear Channel Communications. Its transmitter is on Tower Peak in the Tucson Mountains and the signal is mildly directional to avoid overlap KDKB in Phoenix, Arizona, under FCC rules that were in effect when the antenna was erected. Oddly enough, this is not vice versa. Known as 93.7 KRQ, the station plays Top 40 (CHR) music, and its primary audience or demographic is teens and young adults.KRQQ began its life as KXEW-FM, a Spanish station which also aired some bilingual programming especially in the evenings, and was purchased by Western Cities Broadcasting, which made it a top 40 station in July 1977. The station was sold to Nationwide Communications in the 1980s.According to radio industry trade publication Radio and Records, during the late 1980s, KRQQ was the highest-rated Top 40 station in the United States under its then program director Clarke Ingram. Nationwide later sold its Tucson stations to Tucson Radio Partners, which in turn was absorbed by Prism Radio and then Clear Channel Communications in the 1990s. The radio station is currently one of the best rated Top 40 stations in Arizona.The 1991 slogan was Tucson's only hit music station.
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