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City of license 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
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