Underwriting / Program Sponsorship

Underwriting KRCC is both a cost effective and community-minded way to raise awareness of your business. KRCC accepts a minimum underwriting order of 13 weeks. Scheduling is flexible — ask how we can best suit your needs with announcements (14  seconds) produced by our voice personnel.

KRCC’s underwriters reach 60,000 listeners weekly. The KRCC audience is highly educated, economically empowered, and resides throughout a broad geographic listening region.

CONTACT: Mary Ellen Davis, Underwriting Sales, maryellen@krcc.org
Colorado Springs area: (719) 473-4801
Fax line: (719) 473-7863
Statewide Toll Free: (800) 748-2727

KRCC DEMOGRAPHICS:

ANNUAL INCOME:
8% – $25,000-34,000
24% – $35,000-49,000
27% – $50,000-74,000
33% – $75,000 +

EDUCATION:
21% – Some College
38% – College Degree
33% – Advance Degree

GENDER:
MALE – 63%
FEMALE – 37%
TOTAL 60,600 WEEKLY

AGE ANALYSIS:
22 % – Age 25-34
26% – Age 35-44
22% – Age 45-54
13% – Age 55-64
9% – Age 65-74

KRCC CAN BE HEARD IN THESE FABULOUS COMMUNITIES:
89.1 FM – KRLJ, La Junta
88.5 FM – Westcliffe & Gardner
89.9 FM – Limon
90.1 FM – Manitou Springs
91.7 FM – KCCS, Trinidad & Raton, NM
91.5 FM – Hartsel, Lake George & Divide
91.5 FM – Colorado Springs & Pueblo
95.7 FM – Salida, Buena Vista, Villa Grove, Saguache, Guffey, Howard, Cotopaxi and more
105.7 FM – Canon City

 

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