Hi, we’re Hubbard Radio, Cincinnati. We proudly program 39-year-old WUBE (B105, Country), 36-year-old WKRQ (Q102, Hot AC), WYGY (97.3 The Wolf, New Country), amd the newest member of our family, WREW Rewind 94.9 (Feel Good Favorites from the 80’s and more).

Our long-time personalities and five unique broadcast formats offer a strong connection and diverse music programming to the Tri-State area of Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio. With strong Midwest values, we are immersed in client and community initiatives both big and small.

Our stations act as the conduit to connect our generous listeners with meaningful fundraising events, often including national artists, our clients and local and national foundations and organizations. Our long-running commitment to the community separates us from others in Cincinnati, with events like WUBE’s St. Jude Radiothon, WKRQ’s Bosom Ball for Breast Cancer, WREW’s Live Music Series and WYGY’s City Gospel Mission Radiothon.

Entertaining our listeners and teaming with them to “give back to Cincinnati” is a special opportunity we are allowed, one which we never take for granted!

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St. Louis

St. Louis has long been known as the “Gateway City,” due to the many early settlers who moved west through St. Louis via the Missouri River. It’s a major city with a small- town, Midwestern feel that blends old and new.

In the 21st century, the St. Louis has transformed from a manufacturing and industrial economy into a globally known hub for research in medicine, biotechnology, and other sciences. The Gateway Arch reigns as the nation’s tallest monument, and the world’s first skyscraper, the Wainwright Building, was built here. It 1904, it became the first American city to host the Olympic Games. And peanut butter, Dr. Pepper, 7-Up, iced tea, and the ice cream cone all were all invented here!

At the Hubbard Radio St. Louis, we mirror the innovation, values and community spirit that drive our region. We immerse our consumers in entertainment and local content that dazzle their senses, touch their hearts and stimulate their minds. Our goal is to extend our reach, create greater efficiency and further increase passion among our consumers in each new experience.

92.3 WIL is celebrating its 40th year of service. Our station’s strong heritage, entertaining personalities and dedication to the community bring the poetry of country music to life each day.

106.5 The Arch is the station everyone can agree on, with a variety of adult hits and a feeling of “What will you hear next?”

WXOS 101.1 is the #1 sports station in St. Louis, with the best of ESPN programming, as well as coverage of the St. Louis Rams and Billikens men’s basketball.

Finally, is the online destination for all things in St. Louis entertainment.

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Minneapolis-St. Paul

Best known for its beautiful lakes, world class parks and the Mississippi River (and, of course, the Mall of America), Minneapolis-St. Paul is also the business center of the upper Midwest, home to Target Corporation, Best Buy, General Mills and 17 more Fortune 500 companies. In fact, Minnesota has more Fortune 500 companies per capita than any other state. The area is the country’s 16th-largest metropolitan area composed of 11 counties in Minnesota and two counties in Wisconsin with an estimated population of 3.5 million people. We are proud of three powerful radio stations that serve Minneapolis-St. Paul.

KSTP-FM “KS95” provides a variety of music from the 90’s, 2K and today and during the past ten years has won three Marconi Awards, two Crystal Awards and three Service To America Awards. KSTP-AM “1500 ESPN” serves the tremendous sports community in the area and is home to the Minnesota Twins and University of Minnesota Golden Gopher basketball and hockey. KTMY-FM “My Talk” provides entertaining talk about people and pop culture and is one of the only talk stations in America aimed at women.

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Washington D.C.

Welcome to Hubbard Radio, Washington D.C. – home of Washington’s all-news station WTOP and Federal News Radio.

Being in the nation’s capital is both a good thing and a challenge for two spoken-word radio stations. We are Washington’s word of mouth on many levels: We provide the area all its news, traffic and weather, give the latest information on the largest sector in D.C. – the federal government – and feature opinionated talk on all the latest political happenings.

And while we’re busy doing all of this in one of the busiest cities in the nation, we still find time to serve our community by eagerly partnering with a variety of organizations including the Komen National Race for the Cure, March of Dimes, Make-a-Wish Foundation and dozens more.

In short, we live the Washington lifestyle – “go go go” – but we also “give give give.” And we’re as pleased as we are proud to do it!

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Chicago has long been known as the city of big shoulders, a city that makes no small plans and delivers on its promises. From the Columbian Exposition to the great architecture of Chicago, including the once-acclaimed World’s Tallest Building, from the World Champion White Sox to the unrivaled Michael Jordan-led Bulls of the NBA, being a Chicagoan is being part of something bigger than oneself.

At Hubbard Radio Chicago, we reflect that honest, forthright Chicago creed not only in our unparalleled commitment to community service, but also in the entertainment we provide to energize, inform, uplift and engage our audiences. We’re proud of our three distinct radio stations that serve three large segments of adult listeners.

WTMX – “The Mix” – provides a connection and social platform for 18- to 34-year-old females. WILV – “Rewind” – plays feel good favorites of the 80’s and more. And then we have WDRV – “The Drive” – which re-ignites the soundtrack of a generation through a mosaic of timeless rock for adult men.

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