KOLY-FM

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KOLY-FM
KOLY-FM logo.jpg
CityMobridge, South Dakota
BrandingStar 99
Frequency99.5 MHz
First air dateMarch 25, 1980
FormatHot Adult Contemporary
ERP100,000 watts
HAAT177 meters (581 feet)
ClassC1
Facility ID43329
Transmitter coordinates45°32′7″N 100°20′45″W / 45.53528°N 100.34583°W / 45.53528; -100.34583
OwnerIngstad Family Media
(James River Broadcasting)
Sister stationsKGFX, KGFX-FM, KJBI, KMLO, KOLY, KPLO-FM
WebcastListen Live
WebsiteKOLY-FM Online

KOLY-FM (99.5 FM, "Star 99") is a radio station licensed to serve Mobridge, South Dakota. The station is owned by James River Broadcasting, and it airs a Hot Adult Contemporary music format.[1]

All three Mobridge James River Broadcasting stations share studios at 118 3rd St. East, in Mobridge. The KOLY AM and FM transmitters and the 581 foot tower are east of town, on Highway 12.

The station was assigned the KOLY-FM call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on March 25, 1980.[2]

Personalities[edit]

In 2006, sports director Pat Morrison celebrated 50 years on the air at KOLY-AM/FM as the voice of Mobridge High School.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. Archived from the original on 2010-03-01.
  2. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database.
  3. ^ Bahr, Jeff (2006-03-05). "Sportscaster has heart of Tiger: Energetic Pat Morrison has been voice of Mobridge High School for years. Afternoon drive with syndicated radio personality Kait Hill". Aberdeen American News.

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