KZOY

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KZOY
KZOY (Sunny 92.1FM) logo.png
City of license Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Branding Sunny Radio[1]
Frequency 1520 kHz
Translator(s) 92.1 K221FO (Sioux Falls)
Format 80's Hits[1]
Power 500 watts day only
Class D
Facility ID 48026
Transmitter coordinates 43°33′27.9″N 96°47′47.2″W / 43.557750°N 96.796444°W / 43.557750; -96.796444Coordinates: 43°33′27.9″N 96°47′47.2″W / 43.557750°N 96.796444°W / 43.557750; -96.796444 (NAD83)
Former callsigns KSQB (2001–2010)
KSFS (1997–2001)
KCGN (1993–1997)
KJIA (1985–1993)
KRSS (1981–1985)
Owner John E. Small & Heidi Small
(Cup O'Dirt, LLC)
Webcast Listen Live
Website mysunnyradio.com

KZOY is a daytime-only AM station licensed for 500 watts on 1520 kHz at Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Daytime-only operation protects clear-channel stations KOKC at Oklahoma City and WWKB at Buffalo, New York. It also broadcasts on FM translator K221FO 92.1 in Sioux Falls.

The station was formerly KSQB (AM) and simulcast 107.9 KXQL at Flandreau, South Dakota as "Kool 107.9".

Ownership of the station was transferred from Backyard Broadcasting to John E. Small's Cup O'Dirt, LLC, on 14 May 2010.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Ellis, Jonathan M. (2010-05-26). "South Dakota Radio Stations". NorthPine.com. Retrieved 2010-05-29. 

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