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City of license Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Broadcast area Southeast Missouri
Southern Illinois
Western Kentucky
Branding K103
Slogan "Today's Best Country"
Frequency 102.9FM
Format Country
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 289 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 74580
Transmitter coordinates 37°24′23″N 89°33′44″W / 37.40639°N 89.56222°W / 37.40639; -89.56222
Owner River Radio
(Max Media, LLC)
Sister stations KCGQ-FM, KGIR, KGKS, KZIM

KEZS-FM (102.9 FM, "K103") is a Country music formatted radio station broadcasting from Cape Girardeau, Missouri. The station plays songs by new country artists like Faith Hill, Tim McGraw and Rascal Flatts. It is a 100,000 watt station, broadcasting from the KBSI tower near Cape Girardeau.


In December 2003, Mississippi River Radio, acting as Max Media LLC (John Trinder, president/COO), reached an agreement to purchase WCIL, WCIL-FM, WJPF, WOOZ-FM, WUEZ, WXLT, KCGQ-FM, KEZS-FM, KGIR, KGKS, KJEZ, KKLR-FM, KLSC, KMAL, KSIM, KWOC, and KZIM from the Zimmer Radio Group (James L. Zimmer, owner).[1] The reported value of this 17 station transaction was $43 million.[2]


  1. ^ Homan, John D. (2003-12-19). "Zimmer sells 17 radio stations". Southern Illinoisan. The Zimmer Radio Group, a family-owned media company, announced Wednesday it will sell 17 of its 32 stations [...] to Mississippi River Radio. 
  2. ^ "Changing Hands - 1/12/2004". Broadcasting & Cable. 2004-01-12. 

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