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1 www.radiooklahoma.net www.oklahomafarmreport.net MEDIA INFORMATIONRADIO OKLAHOMA NEWS NETWORKRADIO OKLAHOMA AGRICULTURE NETWORKOKLAHOMA ENERGY REPORTFRIDAY NIGHT BLITZ HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD SHOWHOOK AND HUNT OUTDOOR CALL-IN SHOW
2 RADIO OKLAHOMA NEWS NETWORK Radio Oklahoma is a state radio network delivering news and information to radio stations via our satellite uplink. The Newscasts are prepared by reporting teams located inside KWTV (Oklahoma City) and KOTV (Tulsa) and delivered by recognizable television anchors to markets across the state.Radio Oklahoma is a unique product for advertisers who want to add more reach to their advertising campaigns. When using radio networks, your commercials are attached to a professional newscast. Your message becomes part of the news, not part of a stop set. All radio Oklahoma reports fall in the prime listening times of the day, 6AM-6PM. Advertisers reach all of the stations below and pay only one rate, receive one affidavit of performance and need provide only one tape.AFFILIATE ROSTERKWTV-NEWS 9 Oklahoma City FeedLocation Station DialAltus KEYB-FM 107.9Anadarko KACO-FM 98.5Blackwell KOKB-AM 1580Chickasha KWCO-FM 105.5Cushing KUSH-AM 1600Clinton KCLI-AM 1320Duncan KKEN-FM 97.1Enid KGWA-AM 960Enid KOFM-FM 103.1Elk City KTIJ-FM 106.9Hollis KKRE-FM 92.5Hobart KTJS-AM 1420Lawton KXCA-AM 1380Madill KMAD-AM 1550Okla. City* KOKC-AM 1520Perry KOKP-AM 1020Ponca City KIXR-FM 104.1Snyder KJCM-FM 100.3Stillwater KOSB-FM 105.1Wewoka KWSH-AM 1260Woodward KMZE-FM 92.1*Optional stationsKOTV-NEWS 6 Tulsa FeedLocation Station DialBartlesville KYFM-FM 100.1Broken Bow KKBI-FM 106.1Broken Bow KQIB-FM 102.9Muskogee KBIX-AM 1490Okmulgee KOKL-AM 1240Pawhuska KPGM-AM 1500Poteau KPRV-FM 92.5Catoosa KZLI-AM 1570Sapulpa KYAL-AM 1550Tahlequah KEOK-AM 1350Vinita KITO-FM 96.1Vinita KGND-AM 1470Tulsa KRVT-AM 1270Tulsa* KXBL-FM 99.5Tulsa KOCD-FM 103.7Tulsa KYAL-FM 97.1The News on 6 withScott Thompson, Terry Hood, Travis Meyer, and John HolcombAdvertisers may purchase both feeds at one low rate, or, may choose to order only one feed depending on their needs.News 9 with Gary England, Dean Blevins Amy McCree, Kelly Ogle
4 Daily Programs on RON Ag Network Morning and midday farm news: Mornings and again at midday, we offer the latest Oklahoma farm and ranch news, anchored by Ron Hays. Hays has the best sources and covers the Oklahoma farm and ranch news scene as only the Dean of Farm Broadcasters in the state can. (Satellite Feed times 6:00 am, 6:35 am, 11:30 am and 11:35 am)Market Recap: Weekday mornings, we offer a recap of the cash and futures markets important to Oklahoma Farmers and ranchers. Anchored by Ron Hays, this report features a look at the feedlot trade, wholesale beef markets, feeder auctions and livestock, grain, cotton and energy futures. (Satellite feed time is 6:30 am)Futures Markets Updates: Anchored by Ed Richards, we cover the futures markets most important to the rural audience in Oklahoma. From the opening bell to settlement- we follow the markets tick by tick in Chicago, Kansas City and New York to keep those depending on this information in the know. (Satellite feed times are at 25 after the hour- 9 am through the 1 pm hour)Stocker Feeder Review: Mid-days, Ron Hays delivers a complete overview of the cash livestock markets in the southern Great Plains. That includes the midday word from feedlot country, the midday wholesale boxed beef trade and numerous feeder cattle auctions. (satellite feed times are 12:05 pm and 12:15 pm)Market Wrap: Ed Richards is joined by respected commodity analyst Tom Leffler to provide an end of the day roundup of not just the futures settlements- but also the “why” of that day’s market. (Satellite feed time is 2:05 pm and 2:20 pm)Beef Buzz: Weekdays, Ron Hays shares his tremendous experience in the covering the beef industry scene- usually spotlighting one of the hot topics of the day important to the Oklahoma cattle producer. (Satellite feed times are 6:25 am and 6:45 am)
5 RADIO OKLAHOMA AGRICULTURAL NETWORK The Radio Oklahoma Ag Network delivers agricultural news and information daily to radio stations via our digital satellite uplink. Okla. Assn of Broadcasters Hall of Fame member Ron Hays heads a team of veteran farm broadcasters who not only provide Oklahoma Farmers and Ranchers market information, but also the “how's and whys” of that information.Farm BroadcastersAFFILIATE ROSTERLocation Station Dial Format Power___Altus KEYB-FM Country 50,000Anadarko KACO-FM Country 25,000Bartlesville KRIG-FM Country 25,000Bartlesville KWON-AM News/Talk 1,000Bartlesville KYFM-FM A/C 25,000Blackwell KOKB-AM Sports talk 1,000Broken Bow KKBI-FM Country 17,500Chickasha KWCO-FM Classic Hits 3,300Clayton, NM KLMX-AM 1450 Country 1,000Clinton KCLI-Am 1320 News Talk 1,000Cushing KUSH-AM Country 1,000Duncan KKEN-FM Country 6,000Enid KGWA-AM News Talk 1,000Enid KOFM-FM Country 50,000Hobart KTJS-AM Country 1000Hollis KKRE-FM Oldies 6,000Lawton KXCA-AM Talk 1,000Liberal, KS KSCB-AM 1270 Talk 5,000McAlester KNED-AM Country 1,000Monett, MO KRMO-AM 990 Country 2500Okla. City* KOKC-AM Talk 50,000Pawhuska KPGM-AM Talk 500Perry KOKP-AM Sports talk 400Ponca City WBBZ-FM A/C 1,000Poteau KPRV-FM Country 3,000Catoosa KZLI-AM Standards 1.000Seminole KIRC-FM Country 6,000Perryton, TX KXDJ-FM Country 17,500Snyder KJCM-FM Country 18,000Stillwater KOSB-FM Sports talk 6,000Tulsa/OKC KOCD-FM Smooth Jazz 72,000Tulsa* KXBL-FM Big Country 100,000Vinita KGND-AM Sports 500Vinita KITO-FM Country 50,000Weatherford KWEY-AM Country 1,000 Clinton KWEY-FM Country 18,500Wewoka KWSH-AM Country 1,000Woodward KWOX-FM Country 82,000* Optional stationsRon HaysEd RichardsAlan ClepperRon Hays daily goes to over 2,000 Ag industry leaders, farmers and ranchers. On-line sponsorships are available..
6 RON on RON is THE LEADER in Oklahoma The 2009 Ag Media Research Survey is in for the state of Oklahoma- and the Radio Oklahoma Network is the dominant network to reach farmers and ranchers in the state.In 2007, the RON network was in a virtual dead heat with the Oklahoma Agrinet according to all surveys taken with the state of Oklahoma. The 2009 study changed all of that. In all three snapshots below, RON wins- and wins convincingly in all crops and categories. In the statewide survey of all farmers surveyed, here are the numbers from 2007 and 2009:Full State:Network AQH 2009 AQH 2007 Cume 2009 CumeRadio Oklahoma NetworkOklahoma AgrinetLess KTJSFull State – Cattle:Radio Oklahoma NetworkOklahoma AgrinetLess KTJSFull State – Wheat:Radio Oklahoma NetworkOklahoma AgrinetLess KTJSJust before the 2009 survey was released, it was determined by AMR research that rated station KTJS in Hobart and KJCM in Snyder were in the process of ending their relationship with the Oklahoma Agrinet, becoming an exclusive affiliate of RON as of October 11, 2009Another proof of the dominance of the Radio Oklahoma Network is the difference in the number of radio stations. RON had 40 stations verified by AMR for the 2009 study, while the Oklahoma Agrinet had 34. It bears notice that 38 of the 40 stations verified by AMR for RON are Oklahoma stations, while just 26 of the Agrinet stations are Oklahoma stations. In fact, three of the AM stations listed by the Oklahoma Agrinet have little or NO coverage into Oklahoma. And, KTJS in Hobart and KJCM in Snyder will no longer be affiliates of the Oklahoma Agrinet as of October 11, That gives the Oklahoma Agrinet only 24 Oklahoma radio stations- compared to 38 verified by AMR for RON!When it comes to the stations with the most impact- RON has those stations as well, with three of the top five individual stations in total CUME being RON affiliates versus just one of the top five claimed by the Agrinet.The 2009 AMR study makes it easy- the Radio Oklahoma Network is THE best way to reach farmers and ranchers across Oklahoma.
8 OKLAHOMA ENERGY REPORT The Oklahoma Energy Report is a state wide news network focused on Oklahoma’s largest and most vibrant industry – energy!The Oklahoma Energy Report is made possible thru a cooperative effort from the Oklahoma Corporation Commission and Radio Oklahoma Networks.Veteran reporter Matt Skinner reports on all matters pertaining to energy from daily crude oil prices to what’s effecting the “price at the pump”.AFFILIATE ROSTERSTATION FREQ CITY AIRTIMEKQCX-FM Alva 7-9AMKEYB-FM Altus 9:10AMKYFM–FM Bartlesville 8:30AMKOKB-AM Blackwell 7-8AMKUSH–AM Cushing 8:15, 12:15, 5:15KWCO-FM Chickasha 6:00AMKCLI-AM Clinton 7:43AMKGWA–AM 960 Enid 8:45AMKKBS–FM Guymon 6:50AM, 11:20AMKTJS-AM Hobart 9:15AMKKRE-FM Hollis 9:10AMKNED-AM McAlester 10:30AMKOKC–AM Oklahoma City 7:35AMKXDJ-FM Spearman, TX 7:08AMKRIG-FM Pawhuska 7:05AMKOKP-AM Perry 7-8AMKIXR–FM Ponca City 7:23AMKZLI-AM Catoosa 6:50AMKIRC-FM Shawnee 6-9AMKOSB-FM Stillwater 7-8AMKRVT-AM Tulsa 6:50AMKGND-AM Vinita 7:30AMKITO-FM Vinita 7:30AMKWEY-FM Weatherford 8:03AMKWSH-AM Wewoka 6-9AMKWOX–FM Woodward 6:30AM
9 OKLAHOMA HIGH SCHOOL FRIDAY NIGHT BLITZ High School Football means everything in Oklahoma and Radio Oklahoma will be there to cover the High School Football scene as noone has ever done before.. Starting September 4, Radio Oklahoma Networks presents the FRIDAY NIGHT BLITZ. The show is a 2 hour program running on Friday nights from 10:00 pm – Midnight, and will run through mid-November.The Friday Night Blitz has a power-packed lineup of High School Football experts to bring listeners the latest scores, coaches interviews, reports from game sites across the state and much more.The Blitz features High School Football expert Jay Martin, News 9’s Sport’s Toby Rowland and Chad McKee and the News on 6 sports director John Holcomb. The Blitz features interviews with HS coaches as well as reports from our affiliate play-by-play teams from all over the State of Oklahoma.Station City Dial PowerKKBI-FM Broken Bow ,000KQIB-FM Broken Bow ,000KWCO-FM Chickasha ,000KUSH-AM Cushing ,000KMAD-AM MadillKGWA-AM EnidKIXR-FM Ponca City ,000KYFM-FM Bartlesville ,000KWON-AM Bartlesville ,000KOKL-AM Okmulgee ,000KOKC-AM Oklahoma City ,000*KKEN-FM Duncan ,000KKRE-FM Hollis ,000KXCA-AM Lawton ,000KACO-FM Anadarko ,000KOSB-FM Stillwater ,000KOKP-AM PerryKPRV-FM PoteauKTJS-AM Hobart ,000KNED-AM McAlester ,000KWEY-FM Weatherford ,000KSLE-FM Seminole ,000KZLI-AM Tulsa ,000KGND-AM VinitaKITO-FM Vinita ,000
10 Outdoor Radio Call-in Talk Show Veteran radio announcer Steve Schiffner and Outdoor Expert Steve Easom host the show, which features experts on hunting, fishing and other forms of outdoor life. The show is LIVE and the hosts receive calls.Hook and Hunt is statewide in scope, and since it’s live, advertisers can be proactive with messages that can change weekly. Ad packages are available to reach your customers… in the time of year they need your products!Key affiliates such as clear channel station KOKC-AM in Oklahoma City and 100,000 watt KOCD-FM in Tulsa give the program a regional reach. (Clear to the West Coast in early morning hours)Hook and Hunt Show Affiliate ListLocation Station DMA DialBartlesville KWON-AM Tulsa 1400Blackwell KOKB-AM OKC 1580Broken Bow KKBI-FM Shreveport 106.1Clinton KCLI-AM OKC 1320Cushing KUSH-AM OKC 1600Enid KGWA-AM OKCHobart KTJS-AM OKCOkla. City KOKC-AM OKC 1520Perry KOKP-AM OKC 1020Stillwater KOSB-FM OKC 105.1Tulsa KOCD-FM TulsaVinita KGND-AM Tulsa 1470Vinita KITO-FM TulsaWewoka KWSH-AM OKC
11 RON Value BookRadio Oklahoma Networks offers Advertisers a unique opportunity to complement your radio buys on RON.The RON Value Pages is a high quality, 16+ page, 4 color glossy publication that is mailed directly to the top 22,500 farmers and ranchers in the State of Oklahoma.RON Value Pages may be purchased directly as a stand alone ad or within a radio package.Market DIRECTLY to Farmers and Ranchers in Oklahoma . RON Value Books are mailed April 1, October 1 and December 1.Rates: see your RON sales representative.
12 Thank You Very Much For Your Consideration! Tim West General Manager, (cell)Steve SchiffnerAccount Executive, (cell)Julio Bermudez Account Executive, (cell)Kristy Farmer Account Executive, (cell)