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Ksgm
Coordinates : 37°47′16.00″N 89°54′21.00″W / 37.7877778°N 89.9058333°W / 37.7877778; -89.9058333 KSGM CITY Chester , Illinois
Illinois
SLOGAN The River Region's Legend FREQUENCY 980 kHz FORMAT Classic Country POWER 1,000 watts day 470 watts night CLASS B FACILITY ID 17305 TRANSMITTER COORDINATES 37°47′16.00″N 89°54′21.00″W / 37.7877778°N 89.9058333°W / 37.7877778; -89.9058333 CALLSIGN MEANING Ste. Genevieve, MO (KSGM) AFFILIATIONS Westwood One Country OWNER Donze Communications SISTER STATIONS KBDZ WEBSITE Official website KSGM (AM 980) transmitted its first broadcast on July 5, 1947 from Ste. Genevieve , Missouri
Missouri
. KSGM was located at 1450 on the AM dial with a power output of 250 watts
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WLUV
WLUV (1520 AM ) is a radio station licensed to Loves Park, Illinois , United States, the station serves the Rockford area. Originally a daytime only station, WLUV operates with reduced power at night. The station carries a Classic country, Sports and Talk format. WLUV is currently owned by Angelo Joseph Salvi, and broadcasts CBS Radio
CBS Radio
news. A sister station, WLUV-FM operated at 96.7 MHz, but is now known as WKGL-FM and is owned by Cumulus Media. REFERENCES * ^ " WLUV Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission , audio division. * ^ " WLUV Station Information Profile"
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WQQW
(WQQW) is a Full Service, Classic Country format radio station, broadcasting from Highland, Illinois, and online at http://www.wqqx1490am.com/ for worldwide access. WQQW CITY Highland, Illinois BROADCAST AREA Madison, Bond, Clinton & St.Clair Counties BRANDING Classic Country, News, Sports -89.56944 FORMER CALLSIGNS WBDI (May 19, 1998-February 22, 1999) WCBW (February 22, 1999-February 6, 2001) WINU (February 6-June 14, 2001) WDID (June 14, 2001-May 11, 2006) WXOZ (May 11, 2006-November 18, 2009) AFFILIATIONS Westwood One, RFD Illinois Radio OWNER Entertainment Media Trust (ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA TRUST, DENNIS J. WATKINS, TRUSTEE) WEBSITE http://www.wqqw1510am.wixsite.com/radioWQQW (A.M. 1510) is a daytime-only radio station licensed to Highland, Illinois , United States. It operates at 1510 kHz with a power of 1,000 watts . HISTORYOriginally licensed as WBDI on May 19, 1998, it has changed callsigns several times since then
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WLIQ
WLIQ (1530 AM ) is a radio station broadcasting a classic country format. Licensed to Quincy, Illinois , the station is owned by Townsquare Media Group
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WSMI (AM)
WSMI 1540 AM is a radio station broadcasting a Classic Country format. Licensed to Litchfield, Illinois
Litchfield, Illinois
, the station operates only during daytime hours, and is owned by Talley Broadcasting Corporation. WSMI rebroadcasts on translator W295BQ at 106.9 MHz, in Litchfield, which can be heard 24 hours a day. REFERENCES * ^ WSMI fcc.gov
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FM Broadcasting
FM BROADCASTING is a method of radio broadcasting using frequency modulation (FM) technology. Invented in 1933 by American engineer Edwin Armstrong , it is used worldwide to provide high-fidelity sound over broadcast radio . FM broadcasting
FM broadcasting
is capable of better sound quality than AM broadcasting
AM broadcasting
, the chief competing radio broadcasting technology, so it is used for most music broadcasts. FM radio stations use the VHF
VHF
frequencies. The term "FM band" describes the frequency band in a given country which is dedicated to FM broadcasting
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WKRO (AM)
WKRO was an AM radio station located in Cairo, Illinois . The frequency is currently "dark", having gone off the air sometime around 2013. There are no current plans to revive the station. WKRO was assigned the AM frequency of 1490 by the Federal Communications Commission in late 1941 and began broadcasting with a power of 250 watts in February 1942. According to Broadcasting Yearbook, the station raised its daytime power to 1000 watts around 1975. The original station owner was Oscar Hirsch. Mr. Hirsch had previously started KFVS Radio in Cape Girardeau in the 1920s and expanded his broadcast group in the 1940s to also include radio stations in Sparta, Illinois (WHCO), Flat River, Missouri (KFMO) and Sikeston, Missouri (KSIM). By the mid- 1950s, Mr. Hirsch expanded into the fledgling television industry with the formation of KFVS-TV in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. The Hirsch family operated WKRO until 1984, when the station was sold to a local funeral director, William T
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WIBH
WIBH (1440 AM ) is a radio station licensed to Anna, Illinois , United States. The station airs a Classic Country format, and is currently owned by WIBH, Inc. REFERENCES * ^ "WIBH Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission , audio division
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WHCO
WHCO is a Country formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Sparta, Illinois , serving Sparta and Randolph County, Illinois . WHCO is owned and operated by David and Carol Holder, through licensee Southern Illinois Radio Group, Inc. HISTORYWHCO began in 1955 as a Country Music station. WHCO held Top 40 and Adult Contemporary formats before switching to a News-Talk format in 1998 carrying local programming as well as nationally syndicated hosts such as G. Gordon Liddy , Larry King , and Jim Bohannon . In 2008, WHCO returned to the Country Music format. REFERENCES * ^ A B "WHCO Facility Record". Federal Communications Commission , audio division
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WEBQ (AM)
WEBQ (1240 AM ) is a radio station broadcasting a country music format. Licensed to Harrisburg, Illinois , the station serves Southern Illinois . REFERENCES * ^ Station Info webqradio.com. Accessed July 23, 2012 * ^ WEBQ FCC.gov
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WIRL
WIRL
WIRL
(1290 AM and 102.7 FM ) is a radio station broadcasting an oldies music format. Licensed to Peoria, Illinois , United States, the station serves the Peoria area and broadcasts in AM stereo . The station is currently owned by Alpha Media
Alpha Media
. WIRL
WIRL
can also be heard in HD on sister station WPBG HD2. WIRL
WIRL
itself is not licensed to broadcast in HD. CONTENTS * 1 Current programming * 2 History * 3 Previous logo * 4 References * 5 External links CURRENT PROGRAMMING WIRL
WIRL
features Rick Stephenson weekday mornings from 6:00 A.M. to noon, Scott Wheeler weekday afternoons from noon to 6:00 P.M., and "The Noon Show," a farm and agri-business show, at 12:00 noon weekdays. Wayne R. Miller hosts "The Official Saturday Night Dance Party" Saturdays from 7:00 P.M. to midnight
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WRAM
WRAM 1330 AM is a radio station broadcasting a classic country format. Licensed to Monmouth, Illinois , the station serves Monmouth and the Galesburg area . WRAM is owned by Prairie Radio Communications
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WFPS
WFPS is a FM radio station in Freeport, Illinois
Illinois
, operating on an assigned frequency of 92.1 megahertz as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission . It shares studios with sister WFRL at 834 North Tower Road, northeast of Freeport. Their transmitter site is west of town, on Highway 20. HISTORY WFPS signed on the air on November 1, 1970 under the caller letters of WACI with an effective radiated power of 3,000 watts. The station was started by Ruth and F.X. Mahoney. The studios were in a double wide trailer custom designed for a radio station located on highway 20, five miles west of Freeport, IL. Its format was easy listening music. The staff consisted of Ruth Mahoney, Dick Carroll, Al Newman, Lee Newman, Lee Jackson, Mike Dierdorf, Barb Cremer, John Shepler, Jim Runkle, Helen Hawkins, Bob Spencer, John Byers and Sherwin Williams (not the paint guy)
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WUSW (FM)
WUSW (92.7 FM ) is an American radio station licensed to serve the city of Taylorville, Illinois . Its effective radiated power is 11,500 watts and is owned by Mid-West Family Broadcasting . HISTORYThe station went on the air in 1967 as 3,000-watt WTIM-FM, playing beautiful music and featuring local high school sports events as an extension of WTIM (AM 1410, now WIHM ) which was a daytimer. From 1975 to 1983, the station was WEEE (known as "Triple E" and later "W-3-E") with a variety of contemporary music formats, starting as adult contemporary then changing to "Rock 'n' Gold" (an AC/oldies hybrid) and then to album oriented rock . As an AOR station, the station first began to attract an audience in the Springfield market and was drawing much of its advertising revenue from there. WEEE was sold in 1984 and the new owners changed the format to country music as WTJY. The station was sold again two years later and the format became satellite-fed AC
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WDZQ
WDZQ (95.1 FM ) is a radio station broadcasting a country format. Licensed to Decatur, Illinois
Decatur, Illinois
, United States, the station serves the Decatur, IL area. The station is currently owned by Neuhoff Corp., through licensee Neuhoff Media Decatur, LLC. The station is known to locals as 95Q. Currently the station has daily programming that features More Music Mornings with local personality Tricia Hunt, Middays with local personality Kimmy K (includes the High Noon Saloon which is co-hosted by Toby Tucker), The Afternoon Drive with local personality Toby Tucker, and the syndicated CMT Radio Live with Cody Alan show at night, and Kickin' It With Kix syndicated program weeknight overnights
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WAAG
WAAG (FM 94.9 MHz ), known as FM 95, is a radio station licensed for Galesburg, Illinois , United States. The station is owned by Galesburg Broadcasting Company. The station has a country music format, plus presents news and market information throughout the day. One feature of the station's format is a classic country program, presented at noon weekdays and for three hours on Sunday mornings; during these blocks, music from the 1940s through early 1990s are played. REFERENCES * ^ "WAAG Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission , audio division. * ^ "WAAG Station Information Profile"
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