Q100 Atlanta Launches Q-U Social Video Site

Q-U Q100 Atlanta 99.7 WWWQCumulus Media CHR “Q100” 99.7 WWWQ Atlanta is launching a second web-platform “Q-U” dedicated to video content based on listener submissions.

The site intends to “bring together the Q100 listening community in a new way” while “tackling issues affecting young adults on a daily basis, including relationships, jobs, college loans, family and activism”.

Cumulus Media announces that its Top 40 radio station Q100/WWWQ-FM 99.7 in Atlanta has debuted Q-U, its groundbreaking new online destination for contemporary hit music fans. Q-U’s website, www.quatlanta.com, puts listeners first with video content that brings together the Q100 listening community in a new way, and includes original content from listeners who share their lives with others who have a passion for hit music. Q-U tackles issues affecting young adults on a daily basis, including relationships, jobs, college loans, family and activism.

Sean Shannon, Vice President/Market Manager, Cumulus Media-Atlanta, said: “Q-U builds the Q100 brand and elevates and transforms the standard “we talk, you listen” format to a truly integrated conversational fan experience. We couldn’t be more excited to launch this innovative new destination for Atlantans who love hit music.”

Louie Diaz, Q100 Program Director, said: “Q-U is outside-thinking, and extends our passionate Q100 listener community and provides a broader, more personal platform for them to share their lives with each other and to interact with extremely relevant video content, including content that they create. QUAtlanta.com is an exciting and truly different destination that brings together Q100 listeners and fans of today’s biggest hits and artists to relate in a meaningful and entertaining way.”
 
To experience Q100’s Q-U, visit: www.quatlanta.com.

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Lance Venta is the Owner and Publisher of RadioInsight.com and a consultant for RadioBB Networks specializing in integration of radio and the internet. Lance has two decades of experience tracking the audio industry and its use of digital platforms.

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