The Nebraska Rural Radio Association announced today that it has purchased KAMI 1580 AM from Bott Radio Network of Overland Park, Kansas.
We’re very pleased to add KAMI AM to our family of stations,” said NRRA General Manager Craig Larson. “We admire and respect the work of Bott Broadcasting throughout the Midwest. We have worked with them on other projects. We’re glad we could come to terms regarding KAMI AM.”
The same Bott Radio Network programming that previously was broadcast on KAMI (1580 AM) can be heard on 104.5 FM, which covers the KAMI listening area and beyond.
“We are very excited to be able to offer local businesses this new
opportunity to connect with consumers” said KRVN Sales Manager Amy Biehl-Owens. Delivering their message to a targeted local audience in an effective manner is the top priority of our sales team.
“KAMI 1580 AM will give us an opportunity to super serve the Cozad and surrounding communities with information, sports and entertainment,” said KRVN Station Manager Tim Marshall.
According to KRVN Operations Manager Adam Smith, “The KAMI programming will change as of December 1st as we give the community, “Christmas Music” to enjoy during the holiday season. Then on December 29th KAMI will go to an exciting Classic Country format.”
The sale is subject to final approval by the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D.C.
The NRRA is owned by over 4,000 Nebraska farmers and ranchers. Stations include KRVN AM and FM in Lexington, KNEB AM and FM in Scottsbluff and KTIC AM and FM in West Point.