|City of license||Onawa, Iowa|
|Broadcast area||Sioux City, Iowa|
|Slogan||"New Hits, New Energy"|
|Frequency||102.3 FM (MHz)|
|First air date||1989|
|Format||Commercial; Modern AC|
|Former callsigns||KBAO (1986-1987)
|Sister stations||KSUX, KLEM, KKYY, KKMA, KSCJ|
KQNU (102.3 FM, "New 102.3") is a radio station broadcasting a Modern AC format. The station is licensed to Onawa, Iowa, and serves Sioux City, Iowa, broadcasting from a tower east of Walthill, Nebraska on the Omaha Indian Reservation. KQNU is owned by Powell Broadcasting. The station had had the KZSR calls and previously been known as "Bob FM" until the name changed to Jack FM in September, 2008.
On September 24, 2009 KZSR flipped to a Modern AC format branded as "New 102.3" with the KQNU calls.
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