New home for radio station

Q-14 Radio of Stettler is changing its name — and its place on the radio dial.

  • Oct. 10, 2012 10:00 a.m.

Q-14 Radio of Stettler is changing its name — and its place on the radio dial.

As of Monday, Oct. 15, the station becomes known as Q93.3 FM.

“Q-14, as it has been known since 1976, has changed its image and frequency, and now becomes Q93.3 FM,” station manager Vicki Leuck said in a news release Tuesday.

She said Q93.3 FM would be a country station — as was Q-14 Radio on the AM band.

“Music selection is made up of the top hits, along with a variety of favourites from the ’80s, ’90s and 2000s,” Leuck said. “Q93.3 FM targets a demographic of adults ages 25 to 54.”

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