We always support our locally-owned businesses in every way that we can. The KISS 106 Team would love to broadcast from your business in November 2022.


Last November we offered free one-hour broadcasts to local businesses that needed a boost going into the holiday season. For the 2022 holiday season, we are happy to extend this offer to any locally-owned business.

You can promote upcoming holiday specials, highlight products, give away prizes, and more. The hour is yours, and we will help you use the power of local radio to get new customers talking about your business.


What We Offer

We'll bring our station vehicle to your location for one hour and broadcast two live commercial spots during that time. We'll let everyone know about your business, the specials you offer, and anything that you want to get the word out about. Of course, we will have some free KISS 106 station swag, and you can even talk on the radio if you want!

Sign My Business Up

Just send me an email: liberty@1061evansville.com to book your FREE 1-hour broadcast. These broadcasts will be first come, first serve beginning November 7, 2022.

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We will be offering up to TEN broadcasts per week with a limit of one per business.

*Broadcast is FREE. Owner simply pays talent fee*
Talent Fee $50.
 The free broadcast package includes 2 live commercial breaks during a one-hour broadcast from your business. The talent will set up on-location with a station vehicle and radio swag.  Your event will be pre-promoted with live on-air mentions prior to the broadcast.


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