Radio Station Information
City of License:
Kirkman (Kirkman Broadcasting, Inc.)
WQSC is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1340 KHz. The station is licensed to Charleston, SC and is part of that radio market. The station airs news/talk programming. WQSC is owned by Kirkman.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Charleston, SC
Listener Comments and Reviews
Great to have Rocky back on the air, been listning since he hit charleston. Charleston needs to hear what's going on in the area, tks.
By: Don on August 1, 2012
I am a very frequent listener and am wondering if you monitor your own broadcasts? The reason I am posing this question is that you guys broadcast crosstalk at least once a week...surely in this day and age you can do better!
By: John Reid on July 19, 2016
I am on a mission to get you guys to monitor your own broadcasts....is it that hard to prevent crosstalk? I listen to several talk stations and rarely if ever have I heard double broadcasting from any station other than yours. Am I the only one who hears this??? Do you want to engage me to let you know when this occurs? Third time this week - 9am this morning July 24 was the latest. I have reported it via this forum twice and once talked to someone at Kirkman HQ! C'mon guys, step up!
By: John Reid on July 24, 2016
I hear the crosstalk as well. Normally occurs for me at 9 pm every night when the news guy comes on at the break.
By: Jimmy on July 29, 2016
I listen to 1340 am whenever I'm in the car, which is typically at commuting time. I enjoy conservative talk radio programs and especially like Todd Schnitt. However, all week long, you have had the same recorded traffic report repeated every day, all day. Do you think your listeners aren't listening to the report? I can almost recite verbatim the week long accidents at N. Rhett and also Clements Ferry Rd. at I-26. How about heavy traffic at US 78 near Ladson, or I-26 near Ashley Phosphate? I am sure that who ever sponsors that segment, such as the NC Education Lottery, would not appreciate it if they knew you were looping your traffic reports. Am I just totally missing something here? Thanks for listening and letting me vent.
By: Tom Manning on July 29, 2016
As of today, what has happened to my favorite talk shows in the morning ? You seem to have replaced them with an entirely new demo - cornball comments on local sports. Please bring back Hugh Hewitt and Laura Ingram - please.
By: Arthur Richardson on December 6, 2016
@Arthur Richardson - was wondering the same.
By: Wheres Hugh Hewitt on December 7, 2016
Bring back Lauren Ingram please
By: John Miller on December 13, 2016
Please bring back Laura Ingram!!!
By: Carol on December 22, 2016
Please drop the cheeseball sports.
By: RTShepherd on January 8, 2017
I really miss Laura Ingraham during working hours. This is a real mistake. Sports? How many women listen to sports during drive time.
By: Francis Kerr on January 11, 2017
Return to pre-sports programming line-up such as L. Ingraham, Todd Schnitt, Gary Sullivan, B. Handel
By: Linda on May 16, 2017
I'm from Florida, it would be nice to have a diverse line up. Such as radio shows that lean a little more on the Democrat dc side. Thanks
By: Sam on June 21, 2017
What happened to the sports programming? I just discovered 1340 and I really like it. Why the change?
By: Hal on November 30, 2018
what happened to sports?
By: Kent Hutchinson on July 12, 2019
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