The way we communicate is constantly changing, and we’re adapting with it. We know that utilizing social media, our station websites, podcasting, and other platforms helps us to connect with our listeners on a deeper level, while further enhancing our stations’ branding inside our community. Regardless of our listeners’ preferred platform, we’re there ready to engage with them. Tweet us. Send us a Facebook message. We’ve got it covered. We actively partner with our clients in a digital-focused dialogue too, allowing them to go where their customers and potential customers are spending their time. We understand the power of all things digital, and are glad to help our clients learn how to navigate the ever-evolving media landscape.

While we always keep the focus on creating entertaining on-air programming on all of our stations, we seamlessly integrate digital components into everything these stations do, from how our on-air talent delivers content to how we brand ourselves within the community. As a result of carefully planned and researched strategies, we’ve enjoyed significant success with these efforts.

Today, Galaxy stations boast:

A loyal audience via streaming and on-demand content

KROCK’s “The Show” has a rabid fan base, but many of these individuals can’t listen to the morning show in its entirety as it airs live. The creation of a morning show podcast allows “The Show” fans to timeshift, so they can listen to that day’s show in full at their convenience simply by downloading the podcast. The response to this podcast has been stunning. Specialty programming such as TK99’s Blue Moon Café is available on demand, and ESPN listeners can check out that day’s local sports interviews whenever it’s convenient for them.