) is a 3,100 watt radio station
in Macomb, Illinois
, in west-central Illinois
. This station serves western central Illinois. WPW Broadcasting, Inc.
is the station licensee, authorized by the Federal Communications Commission
Prairie Radio Communications' goal is to use the power of radio to benefit its customers, its employees, and the communities it serves. Along with presenting quality programming to its audiences and delivering results for advertisers, Prairie Radio Communications will strive to always foster a positive work environment that encourages efficiency, cooperation and growth for its employees. Every effort, big and small, everyday will be dedicated to achieving the Prairie Radio Communications mission.
WKAI-FM is probably better known by our on-air name "K-100!". K-100 has been serving listeners in the Macomb area since June 6, 1966. Survey after survey shows K-100 to be the most popular radio station in McDonough County! K-100 features contemporary hit music of the 80's, 90's and today along with local news, weather, sports and chances to win prizes several times each day. K-100 is also the station for live play-by-play of Macomb High School football and basketball, and other special sports broadcasts throughout the year.
- 1966 - WKAI-FM is added to the existing WKAI-AM (now WLRB) at 1510 kHz and Macomb Daily Journal media properties owned by the Rudolph family.
- 2005 - Construction permit filed with FCC to increase station power to 11.5 kW ERP.