Channel Q logoEntercom has announced the launch of “Channel Q,” formerly known as “Out Now,” on KQPS/Palm Springs, CA. The station, formerly AC KEZN (Sunny 103.1) also has new call letters. “Channel Q,” Entercom’s LGBTQ+ Talk Radio Network, provides the latest in LGBTQ+ news and information, pop culture and new music.

“We are thrilled to add Palm Springs and the entire Coachella Valley to the ‘Channel Q’ network,” said Jeff Federman, SVP/Market Manager, Entercom-Los Angeles. “This time last year the station was merely an idea. We are pleased to announce that we are now on a Class A signal and have a comprehensive network up and down the West Coast including an additional HD2 signal in Phoenix, Live 101.5 (KALV). We’re passionate about giving a voice to the LGBTQ+ community and its allies and are particularly proud to showcase diversity on ‘Channel Q.'”

The station is also available on, the app and sister stations in five markets including KALV/Phoenix (Live 101.5 HD2 ), KMXB/Las Vegas (Mix 94.1 HD2), KAMP/Los Angeles (97.1 AMP Radio HD2), KKDO/Sacramento (ALT 94-7 HD2) and KLLC/San Francisco (Alice @ 97.3 HD2).

The station also announced a new weekday line-up:
6-10 AM: “The Morning Beat” hosted by Jai Rodriguez and Mikalah Gordon
10 AM-12 PM: “Dumb Gay Politics + Everything Else” hosted by Julie Goldman & Brandy Howard (Monday-Thursday)
“Sidebar with John Duran” hosted by John Duran (Friday)
12-2 PM: “No Things Considered with Kevin Klein & Ally Johnson
2-4 PM: “Our House” (spinning the latest in Pop Hits, Chill and House Music)
4-7 PM: “Let’s Go There” hosted by Shira Lazar and Ryan Mitchell
7-9 PM: “LoveLine” hosted by Dr. Chris Donaghue and Carrie Keagan (Monday-Thursday)
9 PM-6 AM: “Our House” (spinning the latest in Pop Hits, Chill and House Music)

“Channel Q” launches today during Palm Springs Pride Festival weekend with a day-long live broadcast from Arenas Avenue in Palm Springs, CA from 1-6 PM.