KXLO-KLCM covers a radius of 50 miles with a population of approximately 16,000. During the course of a week, Monday through Sunday, KXLO-KLCM has a cumulative of 92%. This means the coverage, penetration, and awareness in Central Montana has approximately 15,000 listeners during any 7 day period. That's quite a bit!
All it takes is some simple arithmetic to figure the cost of advertising on KXLO-KLCM which is highly competitive, realistic, fair, reasonable and unequalled in our area.
We stream our live programming world-wide, and sporting events are broadcasted and re-aired on Mid-Rivers Television Channel 59. So our sports advertisers get double their money while making a presence on TV as well.
We look forward to serving you. Please call our main office at 406)535-3441 and ask for Chris Feller, Lynnette Lark, or Fred Lark.
Chris Feller is KXLO/KLCM's Account Executivs. You will see him out pounding the pavement and visiting our local businesses. Chris is a born and raised native Montanan, calling Billings home until he and his family moved to Lewistown in 1998.
Chris has years of work with customer service and loves working with the public. Having worked in the food service for over ten years, he moved to Lewistown to Work at Allied Steel as a Structural Steel Estimator, then worked for a cellular company for the next two years in the areas of sales and troubleshooting. Chris also enjoys volunteering with organizations such as the Moose Lodge, and also has been a Certified Junior Olympic Bowling Coach.
Fred is KXLO/KLCM Radio's owner, General Manager, and proud President. He also is a KXLO-Live host -- KXLO-Live is a live talk/interview show Fred created for the Central Montana Community several years ago.
Fred purchased Lewistown’s KXLO-AM radio in 1972, and took possession in April 1973 as the President/General Manager. In 1975 he created KLCM-FM.
Originally from Boone, Iowa, Fred began his broadcasting career 1958 with the "Listen to the Lark" show and the "Morning County Boy Farm Show".
After graduating from Iowa State University in 1966 with a major in Telecommunicative Arts, and minors in both History and Math, he pursued his long broadcast career in Colorado, Nebraska, Wyoming, Iowa and Montana.
Positions and memberships Fred holds or held in the past include National Association of Farm Broadcasters, board member of International Association Press Board, Representative for Montana Seniors at the President Council on Aging appointed by Governor Brian Schweitzer, and President of Montana Broadcasters Association.
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