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Are you looking to advertise with KXLE on the air or on the web?

You can reach us at +1 (509) 925-1488.

You can find more specific contact information here..


Why choose radio?

  • Radio is in your home, your car, your boat, your
    tractor, your office, and your gym. You can take
    radio with you where ever you go. The average
    Kittitas County adult listens over three hours a day.

  • Radio reaches consumers closer to their time of purchase
    than any other media source.

  • Radio stimulates vivid emotional images with actors, music
    and sound effects, and production services are usually
    provided for free.

  • Radio takes your message from conception to customer
    faster than any other medium.

  • When your ad is on the radio, it is as important as any other

  • Radio reaches more people more often and for less money
    than any other medium.

Why choose KXLE?

  • KXLE is Kittitas County’s #1 radio station
  • KXLE broadcasts over a larder range than any other station in Kittitas County
    which means your message reachs more people.

    Coverage Map
    KXLE blankets Kittitas County and as far as Prosser to the south, Snoqualmie Pass to
    the west, Blewett Pass to the north, and Ritzville and the Columbia Basin to the east.

  • Because of its central location on I-90 between Yakima and Seattle, a
    significant number of residents commute to work south to Yakima and
    west to the Puget Sound Metropolitan area. About 27,000 vehicles travel
    through I-90 each day with an average of 5 potential persons per vehicle. 
    Traveler’s #1 choice for important weather, road conditions,
    local news and entertainment is 95.3, KXLE FM and Newstalk
    1240, KXLE AM.

  • The fact is, we have over 60 years of broadcasting experience in Kittitas
    County with the largest broadcasting range. If you are trying to get the
    most for your money, KXLE can help.

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