Radio Q is an online radio station serving lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities in Romania. The ‘Q’ in “Radio Q” stands for “Queer,” which is often used in reference to gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and asexual communities.
Founded on December 18, 2005 as 2G Radio, Radio Q is the first LGBT radio station in Romania. Radio Q is affiliated to the gay portal GayOne that was antecedently named 2G.
GayOne.ro is an online LGBT portal and news service in the Romanian language. Founded in 2005 as 2G.ro, GayOne.ro provides frequently-updated LGBT news in Romanian, with a focus both on Romanian and worldwide gay issues.
Radio Q offers non-stop broadcast via its Internet streaming service. The majority of Radio Q broadcast includes of music of varying genres, specifically focusing on electronic music and trance.
Radio Q offers a wide range of programmes, which discuss the culture and rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities in Romania.
Radio Q presents relevant music, guests, news, views and interviews - as well as discussions of sex, sexuality and life in general. Radio Q archives all initially broadcasted programmes on its website, which can be downloaded by internet users.
Radio Q is planning to set up an FM radio station in future, which will possibly be known as Radio Q FM. Once Q FM is set up, Radio Q broadcast could be accessed without using the Internet.