Sirius channel OutQ, which the satcaster calls the nation's first full-time gay and lesbian radio outlet, has expanded its weekday lineup.
Three of OutQ's five call-in talk shows expanded from three to four hours per day. A new live entertainment program with host Frank DeCaro started; and an overnight music show began airing.
"Since its debut on April 15, 2003, OutQ has made us a leading connection to the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, and a stop for top political and entertainment figures," said John McMullen, Sirius OutQ program director.
The new Sirius OutQ lineup includes GLBT headlines in a five-minute broadcast updated throughout the day from journalist Tim Curran; "OutQ in the Morning" with Cheryl Barcenas and Larry Flick; "Middays with the John McMullen Show" and afternoons with "The Michelangelo Signorile Show." Sirius calls this program "the left wing's answer to Rush Limbaugh."
On evenings are Derek Hartley and Romaine Patterson with a sex, relationship and pop culture program. Late nights now include humorist and author Frank DeCaro,. Overnight is author and music expert Jeremy Hovies.
For airtimes and information visit www.sirius.com/outq.