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KQCS
City of license Bettendorf, Iowa
Broadcast area Quad Cities
Branding Star 93.5
Slogan Today's Best Variety
Frequency 93.5 FM (MHz)
First air date June 1989
Format Adult contemporary
ERP 6,000 Watts
HAAT 97 Meters
Class A
Facility ID 19791
Transmitter coordinates 41°36′14.0″N 90°24′43.0″W / 41.60389°N 90.41194°W / 41.60389; -90.41194
Former callsigns KBQC (1989-1990), KGLR (1990), KQCS (1990-1995), KORB (1995-2004)
Owner Cumulus Broadcasting
Sister stations WXLP, KBEA, KBOB-FM, KJOC
Website http://www.star935fm.com/

KQCS is a radio station licensed to Bettendorf, Iowa, whose format is adult contemporary. The station's frequency is 93.5 MHz, and broadcasts at a power of 6 kW. The transmitter for KQCS is located on 205th Street in rural LeClaire in Scott County.

With an on-air date of 1989, early formats at the Bettendorf allocation for 93.5 FM included a community-based format, oldies and contemporary Christian music. From 1995-2004, the station was KORB-FM broadcasting an active rock format that is now heard on KBOB-FM. From 1997-2000, Howard Stern was broadcast in the morning on the station.

KQCS (commonly known as "Star 93.5") is owned by Cumulus Media, with studios located in Davenport, Iowa, (along with the co-located WXLP-FM, KBEA-FM, KBOB-FM and KJOC).

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