KMSD

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KMSD
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CityMilbank, South Dakota
Broadcast areaWatertown, South Dakota
Branding98.3 & 1510 KMSD
SloganHome Town Radio
Frequency1510 kHz
Translator(s)98.3 K252FB (Milbank)
First air dateSeptember 21, 1977
FormatClassic Hits
Power5,000 watts day
1,000 watts critical hours
14 watts night
ClassD
Facility ID63599
Transmitter coordinates45°11′42″N 96°38′18″W / 45.19500°N 96.63833°W / 45.19500; -96.63833
OwnerArmada Media - Watertown, Inc.
Sister stationsKBWS-FM, KDIO, KPHR, KJKQ
WebcastListen Live
WebsiteKMSD Online

KMSD 98.3 FM & 1510 AM is a radio station licensed to serve Milbank, South Dakota. The station is owned by Armada Media Corporation and licensed to Armada Media - Watertown, Inc. It airs a classic hits format

Ownership[edit]

June 18, 1999 Success Broadcasting Corporation transferred is license of KMSD to Pheasant Country Broadcasting, Inc.[1]

October 6, 1999 Pheasant Country Broadcasting, Inc agreed to transfer its assets of KMSD to Big Stone Broadcasting, Inc.[2]

August 3, 2007 Armada Media-Watertown, Inc. agreed to purchase the assets of radio stations KMSD-AM, KBWS-FM, KDIO-AM and KPHR-FM from Big Stone Broadcasting, Inc., and Pheasant Country Broadcasting, Inc [3] for $2.9 million.

Programming[edit]

KMSD-AM's current programming consists of Classic Hits/News/Talk. KMSD started to broadcast on FM translator K252FB 98.3 FM in February 2012. KMSD broadcasts Milbank High School Football and both Milbank girls and boys basketball along with Legion baseball.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.fcc.gov/Bureaus/Mass_Media/Public_Notices/Brdcst_Applications/ap990618.txt
  2. ^ http://www.fcc.gov/Bureaus/Mass_Media/Public_Notices/Brdcst_Actions/ac991021.txt
  3. ^ Staff, FCC Internet Services. "Public Notice Comment". licensing.fcc.gov. Retrieved 17 May 2018.

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