KQSR

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KQSR
KQSR-FM.jpg
City Yuma, Arizona
Broadcast area Yuma, Arizona
Branding Star 100.9
Slogan Your Music Now Star 100.9
Frequency 100.9 (MHz)
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 3,000 watts
HAAT 80 meters
Class A
Owner El Dorado Broadcasters LLC
(EDB VV License LLC)
Sister stations KTTI, KBLU
Website www.kqsrfm.com

KQSR is a commercial adult contemporary music radio station in Yuma, Arizona, broadcasting on 100.9 FM.

The station used to be known as "The Jet" and aired a classic rock format. It adopted the slogan "Star 100.9" and airs an adult contemporary/Hot AC format. The Program Director since May, 2009 is Jeff Edwards, who also hosts the weekday midday show from 10am-3pm. His show includes The '80s Lunchbreak, an all 1980s hour from 11am to 1 pm. Jeff Edwards also hosts a Saturday morning 1970s show, 70's Spotlight Saturday from 8am until noon.

Edwards used to be Program Director/on-air personality at WTRZ-FM in McMinnville, Tennessee. He also spent 12 seasons as the host of the Penn State Sports Network Nittany Lion Scoreboard Show from 1992-2003.

Other personalities on Star 100.9 include the syndicated Bob & Sheri morning show, weekdays from 6-10 am, Misty, weekdays from 3 to 7 om and the syndicated John Tesh Show from 7 pm to midnight.

Construction permit[edit]

KQSR has been granted a U.S. Federal Communications Commission construction permit to upgrade to Class C2, increase ERP to 50,000 watts and decrease HAAT to 78 meters.

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Coordinates: 32°38′31″N 114°33′36″W / 32.642°N 114.560°W / 32.642; -114.560