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Wqnt

WQNT
City of license Charleston, South Carolina
Broadcast area Charleston SC
Frequency 1450 kHz
Format Sports Talk
Power 848 watts day and nght
Class C
Facility ID 31946
Transmitter coordinates

32°49′7.00″N 79°57′43.00″W / 32.8186111°N 79.9619444°W / 32.8186111; -79.9619444

Affiliations Fox Sports
Owner Kirkman Broadcasting, Inc.

WQNT is an American AM radio station licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to Kirkman Broadcasting, Inc. to broadcast on 1450 kHz serving the community of Charleston, South Carolina. The station's programming format is Sports Talk.

History

The station was originally known as WUSN, signing on in 1948. It started as a Mutual Broadcasting System affiliate. For years WQNT aired CNN Headline News. As of 2009, it carried Fox Sports Radio, Clemson Tiger Insider Dan Scott, Primetime with the Packman, Jim Rome and the Citadel Sports Network.[1]

In 2011, WQNT aired Steve Czaban and Dan Patrick, with ESPN Radio in the afternoon.

References

External links

  • Query the FCC's AM station database for WQNT
  • Radio-Locator Information on WQNT
  • Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WQNT



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