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Over 95 % of your potential customers tune into KGOS/KERM Radio thorought the day. KGOS/KERM has a diverse audience, comprised of both males and females of all ages. We are the people’s choice of on-air and online media, offering up to date news, weather, sports, agriculture information and the Valley’s Best Country Music.

Our popular programming for our listeners includes Hot Country Music, Today In The Valley with Lynn Schukei, local newscasts four times a day, local agriculture information in the morning and at noon, state wide news, DayWeather forecasts twice and hour and our extensive local sports coverage of Eastern Wyoming, plus season programs and much more!

We offer a variety of sponsorship packages, live remote broadcasts, :15, :30 and :60 second radio announcements, and can customize your radio advertising to suit your needs, target audience, events and budgets.

To inquire further about advertising on KGOS/KERM or on our website, contact a Kath Broadcasting sales representative at (307) 532-2158.

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