KQSW

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
KQSW
City of license Rock Springs, Wyoming
Branding 96.5 FM Hot Country
Frequency 96.5 MHz
First air date 1976
Format Country
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 494 meters (1,621 ft)
Class C
Facility ID 5300
Transmitter coordinates 41°25′53.37″N 109°7′4.77″W / 41.4314917°N 109.1179917°W / 41.4314917; -109.1179917
Affiliations ABC Radio
Owner Big Thicket Broadcasting Company of Wyoming, Inc.
Sister stations KSIT, KRKK, KMRZ
Website bestcountryaround.com

KQSW (96.5 FM) is a country music formatted radio station broadcasting from Rock Springs, Wyoming, serving southwestern Wyoming. The station is owned by Big Thicket Broadcasting of Wyoming, who sometimes identifies themselves as WyoRadio, which includes local sister stations KSIT, KMRZ and KRKK.

Signal[edit]

Like its sister FM station KSIT, KQSW broadcasts from a tower on Aspen Mountain located south of Rock Springs. Although sister stations KQSW and KMRZ are also on Aspen mouintian, the three stations use separate towers. KQSW can be heard throughout Sweetwater County, and in parts of northern Utah. KQSW's tower is 8,647 feet (2,636 m) above sea level atop Aspen Mountain.

External links[edit]