Radio Station Information

KCDQ 95.3 FM

City of License:
Douglas, AZ

Adult Contemporary

Cochise Broadcasting (Cochise Broadcasting, LLC)

KCDQ is an FM radio station broadcasting at 95.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Douglas, AZ. The station broadcasts Adult Contemporary music programming. KCDQ is owned by Cochise Broadcasting.

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Nearby Radio Stations

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Please join us for our next Collaboration meeting held at Cochise Community College – Douglas Campus Rm# 1108 located at 4190 W. Hwy 80 on August 16, 2011 from 1-3pm. We will be discussing what you, as a social service worker, as a parent, as a local business owner, as an educator and as a community, who touch the lives of children every day, can do to insure all resources available are being utilized to their fullest extent. Come and see how we can collectively impact the lives of children in our communities ages birth to five years of age so they are prepared to begin school healthy and ready to go. Please RSVP to Judith Schmitt by August 15, 2011 via email, cell phone or office all listed below. Please share with anyone from the community you see fit. I would be more than glad to speak to anyone who may have questions. Hope to see you there, Judith Schmitt Program Collaboration Specialist Cochise Regional Partnership Council 3643 S. Hwy 92, Ste B Sierra Vista, Arizona 85650 Mobile 602.320.0392 Direct 520.378.3280
By: Judith Schmitt on August 10, 2011

This station has moved from Douglas to just outside of Benson Arizona and no longer can be heard in the Douglas area
By: Tom Beauchamp on November 3, 2015

I live in between Douglas and Benson AZ. I listen every night. Commercial Free is fantastic. How do you do it? Thanks
By: John on May 13, 2017

Look long story short, I'm reaching out to just about every decent station in the area. I know how silly that sounds. But sifting through the stations all day all I find are country and religious and oldies. Not that I'm knocking any of those. I listen to those too. But even the classic rock stations keep it to the 80's and before mostly. How long until the 90's generation gets to hear their throw back classics? I'm not trained in radio. I've done movie reviews and celebrity interviews for movies (way back around 2007-2009). And since then I have completed my bachelors in marketing management and my Masters in management and leadership. And despite spending most of the last decade as a criminal investigator and researcher I still have a that spark. I still have that passion for something more creative. In a dream world I would love to host a lunch hour set or something for us 90's folks. In my home town we call it the "throw back lunch". They play Beck and Nirvana and Everclear and Alanis Morrisette and Sonic Youth. It's fabulous! But even in a less than perfect world I would just like to actually put all of these research and management and leadership skills to use in something I care about--- like local radio. I would love to know of any opportunities you have --- or if you might be open to a charismatic ex-zombie pin up girl and celebrity interviewer to host a program geared towards those late gen y's and early gen x'ers. Drop me a line--- Bex Olson 775-990-8811
By: Bex Olson on February 4, 2019

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