Bringing live local personality to radio in North Central Kansas & South Central Nebraska. THE MIX - KVSV AM 1190 EASY MIX - KVSV FM 105.5
Meet our staff:
John Swanson, General Manager
Sharon Keister, Sales Manager
Aaron Rut, Program Director
Diane Peters, Bookkeeper
B.J. Neubert, Part-Time Announcer
Chas McCrary, Part-Time Announcer
Kelly Roberts, Part-Time Announcer
THE MIX - KVSV AM 1190 targets Adults 25-54 years of age - 2500 watts
KVSV AM 1190 is just the right blend of top Country and Adult Contemporary (A/C) hits, selected for their compatibility, to create a fresh, natural sound. With the recent success of crossover hits in Country and A/C, The Mix creates the perfect niche for listeners and advertisers, putting together soft pop hits of the past along with pop hits from Country.
This format appeals to listeners who love the singer-songwriter side of music. It features music from the 70's -- James Taylor and The Eagles; the 80's -- Kenny Rogers and Phil Collins; the 90's -- Shania Twain, Faith Hill and Celine Dion; and for today, Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood and Michael Buble.
The KVSV AM 1190 format is day-parted in a way only locally-originated programming can be. Playing music to get you going in the morning, keep you going all day long and music to help you relax in the evening.
When it comes to great music from outstanding artists, KVSVAM 1190 makes the "The Mix" best!
EASY MIX - KVSVFM 105.5 targets Adults 35-65 years of age - 80 mile coverage radius - 50,000 watts
KVSV FM 105.5, your Easy Mix station for North Central Kansas and South Central Nebraska, surrounds listeners with their favorite relaxing songs 24 hours a day. It's the Easy Mix format for the new millennium, blending today's soft hits with smooth jazz and pop instrumentals to create an environmental format that's like no other. This "Easy Mix" is the perfect in-office, in-store and at-home relaxing music format.
This highly researched music blend targets the affluent 35-65 year old audience: "The Money Demo". It features long time-spent-listening and a unique difference found in few other formats on the radio dia