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KAQU-LP
CitySitka, Alaska
Broadcast areaAlaska Panhandle
Frequency88.1 (MHz)
BrandingKAQU
Programming
FormatDefunct (formerly Whale Sounds)
Ownership
OwnerCity & Borough of Sitka
Technical information
ClassL1
ERP99 watts
HAAT-271 meters
Transmitter coordinates
57°02′01″N 135°15′11″W / 57.0337°N 135.2530°W / 57.0337; -135.2530

KAQU-LP (88.1 FM) was a non-commercial low power FM radio station in Sitka, Alaska. The station aired the live recordings of whale sounds using a microphone placed 80 to 90 feet below the surface of the water in the eastern channel located in Sitka at Whale Park. KAQU-LP's license was returned to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) by the licensee on October 18, 2013, and cancelled by the FCC on October 22, 2013.

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