Use The Power of Radio & Digital To Reach Your Local Customers

Combining these two strategies has proven to increase return on investment for our clients.

How Can Radio and Digital Work Together For Your Business?

AM/FM Radio is America’s No. 1 reach medium

Nationwide Radio reaches 93% of adults each week. In small markets that number jumps to 98%. (Nielsen)

AM/FM Radio is America’s No. 1 audio source

Fifty-two percent of all time spent listening to audio goes to AM/FM radio. More than Sirius XM, owned music, iPods, Pandora, TV music channels and streamed music combined. (Nielsen)

AM/FM Radio has the highest share of media time spend from 6am-7pm

Reaching consumers commuting, at work and shopping during the day. Radio beats TV, PCs and Mobile. (Nielsen)

AM/FM Radio drives search

In a recent study, Radio drove 29% incremental Google searches. (RAB, Radio Drives Search Study)

Radio and Digital. Combining these two strategies has proven to increase return on investment for our clients. Call one of our offices to find out more on how radio and digital can work together to grow your business.

For more on radio go to:

Community First Broadcasting and CF Digital Group
Community First Broadcasting Aberdeen Market
Community First Broadcasting Sioux Center Market
Community First Broadcasting Jackson Market
Community First Broadcasting Storm Lake Market
Community First Broadcasting Spencer Market
Community First Broadcasting Spirit Lake Market
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On November 13, 2023, Community First Broadcasting, LLC, licensee of KIWA(AM), 1550 kilohertz, Sheldon, IA; KIHK(FM), 106.9 megahertz, Rock Valley, IA; KUQQ(FM), 102.1 megahertz, Milford, IA; KUYY(FM), 100.1 megahertz, Emmetsburg, IA; KAYL-FM, 101.7 megahertz, Storm Lake, IA; KSOU-FM, 93.9 megahertz, Sioux Center, IA; KAYL(AM), 990 kilohertz, Storm Lake, IA; KKOJ(AM), 1190 kilohertz, Jackson, MN; KUXX(FM), 105.7 megahertz, Jackson, MN; KIWA-FM. 105.3 megahertz, Sheldon, IA; KKIA(FM), 92.9 megahertz, Ida Grove, IA; KSOU(AM), 1090 kilohertz, Sioux Center, IA: KUOO(FM), 103.9, Spirit Lake, IA; K260BS, 99.9, Storm Lake, IA; K264CW, 100.7 megahertz, Sheldon, IA; K249EO, 92.7 megahertz, Spirit Lake, IA; and K268CZ, 101.5 megahertz, Sioux Center, IA: filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission for transfer of control. Members of the public wishing to view this application or obtain information about how to file comments and petitions can visit, and search in the stations’ public file.