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|Broadcast area||Saint Louis, Missouri|
|First air date||1997|
|Owner||Twenty-One Sound Communications|
KQQX began in Steelville, MO in 1985 as KNSX on 96.7 MHz, with a power of 3,000 Watts. In 1996, the station completed an upgrade to a Class C2 facility, giving it a signal covering a wide area of Eastern and Central, Missouri. In 2007, KNSX changed its call letters to KQQX, and in 2011, they received authorization from the Federal Communications Commission to change their city of license from Steelville to Hermann, MO, and move their tower closer to the St. Louis Metropolitan area, and upgrade output power to a full 50,000 Watts.
KQQX was one of the first FM stations that was digitally automated with no live DJs. The station also was a pioneer with webcasting a live feed online via Real Audio, of which KQQX was among the top 10 most listened to webstreams in 1997-1998.
- Query the FCC's FM station database for KQQX
- Radio-Locator information on KQQX
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KQQX