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City of license Redfield, South Dakota
Branding Pheasant Country
Frequency 103.7 MHz
Format Country
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 169 meters (554 feet)
Class C1
Facility ID 70081
Transmitter coordinates 45°12′30″N 98°40′20″W / 45.20833°N 98.67222°W / 45.20833; -98.67222
Former callsigns KVCY, KQKD-FM[1]
Owner Armada Media Corporation
(Armada Media - Aberdeen, Inc.)
Sister stations KBFO, KGIM, KNBZ, KSDN, KSDN-FM
Website KGIM-FM Online

KGIM-FM (103.7 FM, "Pheasant Country 103") is a radio station licensed to serve Redfield, South Dakota.[2] The station is owned by Armada Media Corporation, and licensed to Armada Media - Aberdeen, Inc. It airs a Country music format.[3]

The station was assigned the KGIM-FM call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on May 1, 1997.[1]

Notable weekday programming includes J Krenz “Krenz & Krew” mornings, Bri Mathews on mid-days, Brent Nathaniel on afternoons, and syndicated The Big Time With Whitney Allen evenings and After Midnight With Blair Garner overnights.

KGIM-FM is the radio home of the Aberdeen Roncalli Cavaliers


In mid-1996, KGIM-AM was acquired by Pheasant Country Broadcasting, owned by Robert E. Ingstad and plans were made to launch a 100,000 watt FM counter part. KGIM-FM 103.7 was launched June 12th 1997 with a country music format and branded Pheasant Country 103. [4] For a time in the late 90's early 2000's, KGIM-FM simulcasted with KBWS 102.9 FM in Sisseton, South Dakota (excluding 6AM-10AM) creating a Pheasant Country 103 brand that could be heard across northeast South Dakota, southeast North Dakota & west central Minnesota. This simulcast was ended in the fall of 2004 due to a reorganization by the Ingstad family.

In the fall of 2004, as part of a reorganization by the Ingstad family, Aberdeen Radio Ranch Inc. (Robert J. Ingstad, co-president) agreed to acquire KGIM, KGIM-FM, KNBZ, and KQKD from Robert E. Ingstad (Pheasant Country Broadcasting) The transaction price was not disclosed.

Late 2004, Aberdeen Radio Ranch’s Rob & Todd Ingstad of Valley City, ND signed an agreement to acquire five Clear Channel-Aberdeen, SD stations: KKAA-AM, KSDN-AM/FM, KBFO-FM, KQAA-FM. In separate transactions, Aberdeen Radio Ranch agreed to convey the assets of three of its stations to other companies, leaving the Ingstads with six area stations KGIM-AM/FM, KBFO-FM, KSDN-AM/FM & KNBZ-FM. Sacramento-based Education Media Foundation picked up KQAA-FM. Oakland-based Family Stations acquired KKAA-AM and KQKD-AM. The studios were relocated from the Berkshire Plaza to a newly remodeled south highway 281 building that houses the KSDN-AM/FM transmitters. KGIM-FM retained its country format.

In May 2006, Armada Media Corporation reached an agreement to acquire KBFO, KGIM, KGIM-FM, KNBZ, KSDN, and KSDN-FM from Aberdeen Radio Ranch for a reported $9.25 million.[5]


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