KRBZ, FM 96.5 in Kansas City, is an alternative rock radio station. The station uses the brand name 96-5 The Buzz. At night it broadcasts the syndicated program Loveline. The station is owned by Entercom Communications, and is based in Mission, Kansas.
KCMO is a Kansas City area conservative talk radio station. It airs mostly syndicated talk shows as those hosted by Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Dave Ramsey, Michael Savage, and Rusty Humphries. It was formerly affiliated with the CBS Radio Network, but then switched to Fox News Radio. KCMO was originally on 810 AM, but switched frequencies with WHB in October 1998. The station started in 1925 by Wilson Duncan Broadcasting on 1370 AM as KWKC.
KMXV Mix 93.3 is a Top 40 (CHR) station based in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. The Wilks Broadcasting outlet operates at 93.3 MHz with an ERP of 100 kW. Its current slogan is "Kansas City's #1 Hit Music Station". It is also one of two Top 40s competing in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area, the other being KCHZ. The station was sold off by CBS Radio to Wilks Broadcasting in November 2006 as part of a nation-wide reduction of radio stations by CBS.
KPRS is an Urban contemporary radio station that broadcasts on the 103.3 MHz frequency licensed to Kansas City. The station's playlist consists of hip-hop, R&B, soul, jazz, and gospel music. According to the FCC, it is the oldest continually African American-owned radio station in the United States.
KCSP (610 AM, "610 Sports") is a sports/talk radio station located in Kansas City, Missouri. The Entercom-owned station broadcasts on 610 kHz. Although the station has had the slogan "The Football Channel," it is actually the flagship station of a baseball team, the Kansas City Royals, whose rights it reacquired in 2008. The Kansas Jayhawks sports programs also appear on KCSP.
WHB (810 AM, "Sportsradio 810 WHB") is a commercial sports radio station in Kansas City, Missouri. While its five directional towers are located along Interstate 435 in the Northland, its studios are located in the suburb of Overland Park, Kansas, also the headquarters of its owner, Union Broadcasting. WHB is the Kansas City market affiliate for Kansas State Wildcats and UMKC Kangaroos athletics.
KCMO-FM, branded 94-9 KCMO, is an Classic Hits radio station that serves the Kansas City metropolitan area. The station, owned by Cumulus Broadcasting, was acquired from Susquehanna Radio in 2006. Its transmitter is located in Independence, Missouri.
KKSN (99.7 FM, "99-7 Kiss FM") is a radio station broadcasting an Adult Top 40 format. It is licensed to and serves the Kansas City, Missouri metropolitan area. It first began broadcasting under the call sign KMBC-FM. The station is currently owned by Entercom.
KCKC is an adult contemporary station based in Kansas City, Missouri that operates at 102.1 MHz with an ERP of 100 kW. The station is licensed to and operated by Wilks Broadcasting. Its transmitter is located in Independence, Missouri.
WDAF-FM is a country music radio station based in Kansas City, Missouri, in the United States. Its current assignment to Entercom's 100,000 Watt facility licensed to Liberty, Missouri, combines the history of both the frequency (106.5 MHz) and the WDAF call letters.
KCUR-FM is the flagship National Public Radio station in the Kansas City metropolitan area. The station, operated by the University of Missouri-Kansas City, broadcasts at 89.3 MHz with an ERP of 100,000 watts and covers a 90 mile radius in Northwestern Missouri and Northeastern Kansas.
KPHN is a radio station broadcasting a Childrens Radio format. Licensed to Kansas City, Missouri, USA, the station serves the Kansas City area. The station is currently owned by the Walt Disney Company and features programing from Radio Disney.
KKFI is a community radio station located in Kansas City, Missouri which broadcasts at 100,000 watts on 90.1 FM. It was started in 1988. The station provides a variety of news, talk, and other music programming. KKFI is a Pacifica Radio affiliate and the area's home for Democracy Now!.