|Sioux Falls, South Dakota|
|Broadcast area||Sioux Falls, South Dakota|
|Affiliations||AP Radio, Premiere Radio Networks|
|Owner||Duey E. Wright |
(Midwest Communications, Inc.)
|KELO, KELQ, KRRO, KQSF, KTWB, KWSN|
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|HAAT||177 meters (581 ft)|
KELO-FM (101.9 FM) is a radio station in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, airing an adult contemporary music format. At 92.5 FM, KELO-FM was one of the first FM radio stations in South Dakota. It broadcasts from KELO-TV's 2000 foot tower. The station is owned by Duey E. Wright, through licensee Midwest Communications, Inc.
Its studios are located on South Phillips Avenue in Sioux Falls, while its transmitter is located near Colton.
On October 28, 2013, KELO-FM and its adult contemporary format moved to 101.9 FM, swapping frequencies with country-formatted KTWB.
After a 52-year history in Sioux Falls radio, Midcontinent sold all of its stations, including KRRO, to Backyard Broadcasting of Baltimore in 2004. It marked the company's exit from broadcasting, after selling KELO-TV in 1996.
Backyard sold its seven Sioux Falls stations in 2012 to their present owner, Midwest Communications, in a $13.35 million transaction.