The format & call letters where it all began. KSKU is the heritage Top 40 Station in Central Kansas!
"Our 50,000-watt signal plays the best of pop, rock, dance, hip hop, alternative, and R&B music all packaged with an upbeat attitude," Aaron Napier, VP of Programming & Community
For more than a decade, HK FM has been home to the greatest pop, soul, and rock & roll from the ’70s, ’80s, and early ’90s.
"We play feel-good music with outstanding personalities, fun daily features, and weekend themes," Aaron Napier, VP of Programming & Community
HK FM highlights the community with Hutchinson's Morning Show, plus, hear local news at 6a, 7a, 8a, 11a, 12p, 4p & 5p. We're also the radio home of the Buhler Crusaders and the Sterling College Warriors.
From the workday to the weekend, Mix 96.7 is McPherson's Variety Station.
"Our topical, fun content and variety of tempos, styles, and music eras hold listeners hour after hour," Aaron Napier, VP of Programming & Community.
Mix 96.7 features mornings with Tammie Henson, with local news stops throughout the day. We're also the radio home of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Three decades of the best music with the biggest stars! KMCP is McPherson's news, sports, and classic hits.
"We play the greatest pot, soul and Rock & Roll from the mid-to-late '60s, the '70s, and the early to mid 80s. All the familiar favorites that you know and love," Aaron Napier, VP of Programming & Community."
KMCP features Mark Ekeland, weekday mornings, local favorite Swap Shop, and tons of local news and sports. We're also the radio home of the McPherson Bullpups, McPherson College Bulldogs, and the Kansas City Royals.
Classic Rock has a multi-generational reach and recently scored its biggest ratings successes in a decade.
"Our format is centered on the greatest rock songs of the 70s and 80s with a dash of tracks from the early 90s," Aaron Napier, VP of Programming & Community.
Kansas Rocks features mornings with Marty & Shannon. Sunday Nights at 7, local music personality Frankie Shayne hosts The Scene, highlighting artists from around Central Kansas.
Ad Astra Radio’s 100,000-watt flagship station has a huge reach across Central Kansas. Kicks Country has long been the largest and most popular music format in America.
"We play the biggest Country hits from the 1980s thru the 2000s – plus today’s hottest songs," Aaron Napier, VP of Programming & Community.