KPLO-FM

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KPLO-FM
KPLO logo.jpg
City of license Reliance, South Dakota
Broadcast area Pierre, South Dakota
Branding 94 Country
Frequency 94.5 MHz
Translator(s) 100.5 K263AW (Pierre)
First air date February 20, 1985
Format Country
ERP 100,000 watts, 250 watts (FM translator)
HAAT 301 meters (988 feet)
Class C0
Facility ID 40635
Transmitter coordinates 43°57′57″N 99°36′11″W / 43.96583°N 99.60306°W / 43.96583; -99.60306
Callsign meaning K-Pierre's KELO
Owner Ingstad Family Media
(James River Broadcasting)
Sister stations KGFX, KGFX-FM, KJBI, KMLO, KOLY, KOLY-FM
Website dakotaradiogroup.com

KPLO-FM (94.5 FM, "94 Country") is a radio station licensed to serve Reliance, South Dakota. The station is owned by James River Broadcasting. It airs a Country music format.[1]

All four Pierre James River Broadcasting stations share studios at 214 West Pleasant Drive, in Pierre.

The station was assigned the KPLO-FM call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on February 20, 1985.[2]

KPLO-FM's tower, shared with former sister station KPLO-TV, collapsed during an ice storm on January 22, 2010. As of February 8, KPLO is temporarily back on the air in the Pierre & Fort Pierre area at 100.5 FM.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. 
  2. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 

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