WKSZ/Appleton, WI, Adds New Signal, Welcomes Doug & Mary To Mornings
February 15, 2016 at 2:06 PM (PT)
WOODWARD COMMUNICATIONS Top 40 WKSZ (95.9 KISS-FM) can now be heard at a second signal, 92.9 FM, and will now be known as 92 & 95.9 KISS-FM, while welcoming back local talents DOUG & MARY to morning drive.
The duo have held the morning post at sister station KZ RADIO for the past three years and were a part of the KISS-FM team prior to that for nearly a decade.
Commented KISS-FM Brand Manager SHAWN REED: “It's a win-win for all involved to have DOUG and MARY now on KISS-FM with a second signal. It will allow even more listeners to interact and be part of the fun; this is a truly unique opportunity that I couldn't be more excited to be part of."
Added GM KELLY RADANDT: "Adding the 92.9 frequency to further strengthen KISS' geographical coverage area with our new on-air lineup just makes sense. Our team of employee owners are exceptional people, and we are excited that these changes will further enhance our group of six stations to deliver serious results for our listeners and clients,"
WKSZ (95.9 FM)'s city of license is DE PERE, serving much of GREEN BAY and SOUTH. WKZY (92.9 FM)'s city of license is CHILTON, serving much of FOND DU LAC, OSHKOSH and north.
Current KISS-FM morning show co-host NIKKI will start a new opportunity within WOODWARD as member of the KISS-FM sales team, and co-host PRECIOUS moves from mornings to nights. The new KISS-FM lineup is effective MONDAY,
Rounding out the changes on the FM dial, WKZG (KZ104.3)/SEYMOUR will make a return to the market, with a music focus of a blend of '80s, '90s and 2000s.
"This is the type of station that will make you tap your toes in your cubicle and keep you company throughout the day," said REED.