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Saturday, June 25, 2016
The KRZQ call letters have existed in Reno, Nevada on three different frequencies. The original KRZQ, licensed to Tahoe City, California, went on the air in 1985. "96 Rock" was later described as a "bad 90s metal station" by the program director of the second KRZQ who flipped it to Alternative around 1992. This version at 100.9 FM, licensed to Sparks, NV, lasted until 2011 when they switched to Hot AC as "Mix 100.9". After a one year absence, Alternative Rock and the KRZQ calls emerged again at 104.1 FM licensed to Fallon, NV.