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Yellowstone Public Radio serves Bozeman, Livingston and the Paradise Valley on 88.5 MHz with translator K203AG located on Quinn Peak. Yellowstone Public Radio

Quinn Site
Quinn Peak Electronic Site is important for communications and broadcasting. Located between Bozeman and Livingston, the site provides good coverage of both cities. This tower and associated building are owned by KTVQ, Inc. Yellowstone Public Radio transmits from the X antenna on the mast in the middle. Under normal conditions, the audio feed is brought from Billings via the KTVQ-TV cross-state microwave system. The 5-element Yagi antenna at the lower right can receive the KEMC signal directly from Billings as a backup to the microwave feed. Also at the site, but not visible in this photo, are antennas for translators for Reier Broadcasting and CSN International.
YPR translator
The original YPR translator at the Quinn site was the TTC unit on the left. It was replaced with the Inovonics tuner and Crown FM500 transmitter on July 29, 2004.
YPR translator
On October 12, 2004, the Inovonics tuner was replaced with a Fanfare FT-1AP tuner. This photo is from a visit on January 2, 2007.
YPR translator
In order to have reliable backup power, and access to the KTVQ state-wide microwave network, the YPR translator was moved to the KTVQ-TV microwave building. The Fanfare tuner and Crown transmitter can be seen in the lower part of the left rack, March 18, 2008.

Yellowstone Billings on 91.7 MHz.
Bozeman, Belgrade, Manhattan, and Three Forks on 102.1 MHz.
Bozeman on 95.9 MHz.
Bozeman and Livingston on 88.5 MHz.
Big Sky on 95.9 MHz.
Cody on 88.5 MHz.
Livingston and the Paradise Valley on 90.1 MHz.
Livingston and the Paradise Valley on 91.1 MHz.
Sheridan on 88.1 MHz.
Helena, East Helena, and Townsend on 89.1 MHz.
Helena, East Helena, and Townsend on 96.7 MHz.
Miles City on 90.7 MHz.
Yellowstone National Park on 104.9 MHz.
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This page updated 14-Mar-2016.