Advertising Information

KMIT and Kool-98 reach listeners in a sixteen county area of central and eastern South Dakota, and reach more combined listeners than any other area stations.

Reach your potential and current customers using radio ads, the internet, special promotions, e-mail blasts, and live remotes.

KMIT and Kool-98 can target all specific age groups, income levels and personal interests by placing your ads adjacent to the most effective programming and websites.

*the only full-time Nat’l association of farm broadcasters

Ag director in Mitchell, Doug Cunningham.

*Three time S.D. sportscaster of the year, Tim Smith.

* The area’s only ‘live Doppler radar’.

*Award winning news director Bill Lurken

A wide variety of ad packages are available.

Contact one of our marketing specialists for details:

1-605-996-9667
1-800-244-5648

Terry Imus terry@kmit.com

Glenn Meyer glenn@kmit.com

Karla Moody karla@kmit.com

Tammie Pearson tammie@kmit.com

Tim Smith timsmith@kmit.com


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