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KHSQ
CityTrinidad, California
Broadcast areaEureka, California
Branding"Radio Bilingüe"
Frequency107.7 (MHz)
FormatSpanish-language
ERP5,000 watts
HAAT221.9 meters
ClassC3
Facility ID164090
Former callsignsKZCC (2006-2011)
KBAE (2011-2018)
Former frequencies95.5 MHz (2016-2018)
OwnerHumboldt State University
WebcastListen Live

KHSQ is a commercial radio station licensed to Trinidad, California, that broadcasts on 107.7 FM from the campus of Humboldt State University in Arcata, CA. As KBAE, the station previously aired a hot adult contemporary music format branded "95.5 The Bay", on its previous 95.5 MHz frequency. Prior to January 31, 2011, the station went by the KZCC calls. Humboldt State University now operates the station as a non-commercial public station.

The station went dark at midnight on June 30, 2017, and in August began broadcasting as a Spanish-language station administered by Humboldt State University's radio station KHSU, airing programming from the Radio Bilingüe network. A sale of the station by Airen Broadcasting to Humboldt State for $70,000 was consummated on January 16, 2018 with funding provided by California foundations interested in providing programming for Spanish-speaking residents of the North Coast. On January 29, 2018, the station changed its call sign to KHSQ. Effective April 30, 2018, KHSQ was licensed to move its signal from 95.5 MHz to 107.7 MHz.

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