KLQL (101.1 FM, "K101") is a radio station that broadcasts a "real" country music format, with country music from the 70s, 80s, 90s and today, serving Luverne, Rock Rapids and Worthington, with cover shot in the Sioux Falls area. The station is currently owned by Alpha Media. KLQL was initially licensed to the six founders of the Luverne AM radio station, KQAD, as brother FM. KQAD-FM broadcast for the first time at 100.9 MHz and with a power of 6000 watts. In 1982, the KQAD-FM-owned group (Paul Hedberg, Al McIntosh, Mort Skewes, Warren Schoon, Rollie Swanson and Dominic Lippi) learned that they could substantially increase the power and range of the station with a slight shift of the dial from 100.9 to 101.1 MHz. In his autobiography Paul Hedberg explains the reasoning behind this change: "since FM was increasing in popularity, we decided to proceed with this update.
KLQL - K101 er en radiostation i USA, der udsendes i format Country
WRTU (89.7 FM) is a National Public Radio member station broadcasting various formats, along with NPR, PRI, BBC and
WRTU - Radio Universidad 89.7 FM er en radiostation i USA, der udsendes i format Taleradio