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Three local radio stations switching frequencies; WSDR adding FM

Aaron Dail, morning host and general manager of ​WQUD Vintage Radio, gives a news update at the station in Erie in this 2016 file photo. Around noon Monday, WQUD is switching to 107.7 on the FM dial.
Aaron Dail, morning host and general manager of ​WQUD Vintage Radio, gives a news update at the station in Erie in this 2016 file photo. Around noon Monday, WQUD is switching to 107.7 on the FM dial.

STERLING – Change that dial! Three area FM radio stations are switching frequencies, and one AM station is adding an FM channel, all around noon Monday.

WLLT in Polo will switch from 107.7 to 94.3.

WQUD Vintage Radio 105.5 in Erie will move to107.7

WSSQ in Sterling will be switching from 94.3 to 105.5.

WSDR in Sterling, now at 1240 AM, also will be heard at 93.1 FM

The stations will not be changing format or programming.

Sterling-based Regional Media owns WQUD and WSSQ; Virden Broadcasting Corp. owns WSDR; and Sauk Valley Broadcasting Co. owns WLLT.

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