3505 Fredericksburg Road
Kerrville, TX 78028
The Ranch Radio Marketing Group has helped businesses throughout the Texas Hill Country increase their bottom line. We use the combined power of our five premier radio stations; 92.3 The Ranch, Today’s Real Country; The River 106.1, The Hill Country’s Greatest Hits; The Fox 96.5 & 93.9, Today’s Hot Country for the Hill Country; 104.3 & 102.1 The Hill Country Patriot, Your Information Station; and 106.5 The Raptor, The Hill Country’s Classic Rock Authority; as well as an array of digital services including; Digital Display, Streaming TV Ads, Email Marketing Campaigns, Video Pre-Rolls, Geo-fencing and so much more. If you’re looking for a way to grab more than your fair share of the market, our team of marketing professionals can help make that happen
210 Woodcrest Street
Fredericksburg, Texas 78624
Hill Country Broadcasting, better known to many as KNAF AM 910, "The Voice of the Texas Hill Country Since 1947" is your local voice-home of the Trading Post, Billie Sports, Texas Tech and Texas A&M football, the Astros and all your local events. Ours are the ONLY radio stations licensed to serve Fredericksburg. And serve we do with not just one, but now with six stations! Whether your listen to us on KNAF AM 910, the Deuce KNAF FM 105.7/KEEP FM 103.1 and KFAN- Texas Rebel Radio FM 107.9, or on the internet at www.KNAFAM.com or www.TexasRebelRadio.com, we have a lot to offer!
2125 Sidney Baker Street
Kerrville, TX 78028
JAM Broadcasting is a local media group serving the Hill Country area. They operate 99.1 The Buck, 103.7 MikeFM and 94.3 RevFM. JAM Broadcasting specializes in radio and social media advertising.
321 W. Commerce St.
San Antonio, TX 78205
210.614.8977 ext. 352
Texas Public Radio operates seven non-commercial radio stations. KPAC 88.3 FM and KSTX 89.1 FM broadcast to San Antonio and South Central Texas, KTXI 90.1 FM, broadcasting to the West Central Hill Country, KTPR 89.9 FM, broadcasting to the Permian Basin, KVHL 91.7 FM, broadcasting to the Highland Lakes region, KTPD 89.3 FM, broadcasting to Del Rio, and KCTI 1450 AM, broadcasting to Gonzales area.
Texas Public Radio was organized in 1988 and formally incorporated as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization the following year. It grew out of a merger of two separate organizations, the Classical Broadcasting Society of San Antonio and San Antonio Community Radio. Its name was chosen anticipating eventual expansion of service to listeners throughout the state. It is an independent, non-profit organization governed by a Board of Directors composed of residents from the service area.
Texas Public Radio's mission is to engage, inspire and inform, to empower our community to make life better.