KKQQ

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KKQQ
CityVolga, South Dakota
Broadcast areaBrookings, South Dakota
BrandingK-Country 102.3
SloganBrookings Country Station
FormatCommercial; Country
ERP25,000 watts
HAAT74 meters
ClassC3
Facility ID9663
OwnerAlpha Media USA
(Alpha Media)
Sister stationsKBRK (AM), KBRK-FM, KDBX, KJJQ
WebcastListen Live
Websitekcountry102.com

KKQQ (102.3 FM, "K Country 102.3") is a country music station in the Brookings, South Dakota area. The station's transmitter is located in the nearby town of Volga, but the studios are in Brookings. K Country 102.3 broadcasts across a range of eastern South Dakota encompassing the cities of Clear Lake, Dell Rapids, DeSmet, Hendricks, Minnesota, and the region between. The station was formerly in a historic train depot. In 2005, the depot was sold and KKQQ relocated to the building now housing the other four commercial radio stations in Brookings.

Format

K Country 102.3 plays country music from 2000 to today. The station is also the "Home" of Brooking's Bobcat athletics.[clarification needed]

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