, "Pheasant Country") is a radio station licensed
to serve Redfield, South Dakota
. The station is owned by Armada Media Corporation and licensed to Armada Media - Aberdeen, Inc. It airs a Country music
The station was assigned the KGIM-FM call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on May 1, 1997.
In mid-1996, KGIM was acquired by Pheasant Country Broadcasting, owned by Robert E. Ingstad. In June 1997, the station's programming was changed to the current "Pheasant Country" country music
format. At the same time, this programming was simulcast on KBWS-FM
, an arrangement that lasted until the summer of 2004.
In October 2004, Aberdeen Radio Ranch Inc. (Robert J. Ingstad, co-president) agreed to acquire KGIM, KGIM-FM, KNBZ, and KQKD from Robert E. Ingstad as part of a reorganization by the Ingstad family. The transaction price was not disclosed.
In May 2006, Armada Media Corporation reached an agreement to acquire KBFO, KGIM, KGIM-FM, KNBZ, KSDN, and KSDN-FM from Aberdeen Radio Ranch for a reported $9.25 million.