|Broadcast area||Sikeston, Missouri|
|Slogan||Hit Music For Southeast Missouri and Northeast Arkansas|
|First air date||September 17, 1999 (as KMAL-FM)|
|Format||Top 40 (CHR)|
|Transmitter coordinates||36°40′31″N 89°46′19″W / 36.67528°N 89.77194°WCoordinates: 36°40′31″N 89°46′19″W / 36.67528°N 89.77194°W|
|Former callsigns||KMAL-FM (9/1999-12/1999)|
Max Media |
(MRR License LLC)
|Sister stations||KMAL, KSIM, KGIR|
In December 2003, Mississippi River Radio, acting as Max Media LLC (John Trinder, president/COO), reached an agreement to purchase WCIL, WCIL-FM, WJPF, WOOZ-FM, WUEZ, WXLT, KCGQ-FM, KEZS-FM, KGIR, KGKS, KJEZ, KKLR-FM, KLSC, KMAL, KSIM, KWOC, and KZIM from the Zimmer Radio Group (James L. Zimmer, owner). The reported value of this 17 station transaction was $43 million.
- "KLSC Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
- "KLSC Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
- Max Media Launches Hot 92.9 in Southeast Missouri Radioinsight - June 1, 2018
- Homan, John D. (2003-12-19). "Zimmer sells 17 radio stations". Southern Illinoisan.
The Zimmer Radio Group, a family-owned media company, announced Wednesday it will sell 17 of its 32 stations [...] to Mississippi River Radio.
- "Changing Hands - 1/12/2004". Broadcasting & Cable. 2004-01-12.
- Query the FCC's FM station database for KLSC
- Radio-Locator information on KLSC
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KLSC