Why 100.3 KZMQ-FM Is Off The Air | Big Horn Basin Media

Why 100.3 KZMQ-FM Is Off The Air

Written by on May 10, 2024

Big Horn Basin Media has a motto that we take very seriously. Our goal is “Connecting Our Communities” and we are dedicated to serving our communities throughout the Big Horn Basin and beyond.

For the past number of days, an integral part of our mission has been off the air.  Many, many people here in northwest Wyoming listen to KZMQ either on 102.3FM and 100.3FM.  It’s a strong signal with heritage call letters and a stellar reputation for playing Wyoming’s Hottest Country on the Country Superstation.

We highly value you as a listener and since KZMQ-FM has been off the air, many have inquired as to why.  You deserve an honest, forthright explanation and we are fully transparent. Our duty is to give you the honest truth.

KZMQ is broadcast off of Medicine Wheel in the Big Horns and then simulcast off of Cedar Mountain, by two transmitters on each mountain.  The transmitter on Medicine Wheel is not operating.  We need to find out why. Usually, we can send someone up into the high elevations to the transmitter site on Medicine Wheel and fix the issue.  But because of high snow falls, closed roads up at the site, these are setting our timeline back in getting the station back on the air.

Please know, that we are monitoring the weather and as soon as we can fix the problem, your favorite radio station will be back on the air on 100.3FM.

Currently, 102.3FM is continuing to bring you your country favorites.

In the meantime, we encourage you to listen on 102.3FM or stream KZMQ by clicking on the Listen Live tab when you select KZMQ from mybighornbasin.com

We appreciate your patience and loyalty to our station, and understand your disappointment and frustration in not hearing the music you want.

That’s the power of radio. It becomes part of your daily routine, part of your life, and we are deeply disappointed that we cannot provide that personal service right now.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call the station. Reach out at 307-578-5000.

And know that we share your frustration.


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