KELO-FM

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For the AM radio station in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States, see KELO (AM).
KELO-FM
City of license Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Broadcast area Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Branding 101.9 KELO-FM
Slogan Continuous Lite Favorites of Yesterday and Today
Frequency 101.9 MHz
First air date 1992 (as KTWB)
Format Commercial; Adult Contemporary
ERP 34,000 watts
HAAT 177 meters
Class C2
Facility ID 34950
Transmitter coordinates Coordinates: 43°45′5″N 96°53′22″W / 43.75139°N 96.88944°W / 43.75139; -96.88944
Former callsigns KTWB (1992-2013)
Affiliations AP Radio, Premiere Radio Networks
Owner Midwest Communications
(Midwest Communications, Inc.)
Sister stations KELO, KELQ, KRRO, KQSF, KTWB, KWSN
Webcast Listen Live
Website kelofm.com

KELO-FM (101.9 FM) is a radio station in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, airing an adult contemporary music format. At 92.5 FM, KELO-FM was one of the first FM radio stations in South Dakota.[citation needed] It broadcasts from KELO-TV's 2000 foot tower.[1][2] The station is owned by Duey E. Wright, through licensee Midwest Communications, Inc., and it airs Delilah's syndicated show in the evenings. KELO-FM also has a RDS Encoder

On October 28, 2013 KELO-FM and its adult contemporary format moved to 101.9 FM, swapping frequencies with country-formatted KTWB.[3]

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KELO-FM logo.jpg (KELO-FM's logo under previous 92.5 frequency)

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