My 102 brings listeners the hottest new hits with the biggest hits of the 80's and 90's for flavor. Targeting adults from 18 to 49 with a core audience of adults 25 to 44, My 102 is a station with a wide appeal to audiences as well as advertisers. It's not just about the hits though, My 102 is dedicated to the community as well with local news, sports, weather and more prominently featured every hour on My 102 and its online hub at RegionalDailyNews.com. My 102 will be part of local events around Kewanee including Hog Days, The Lighting of WIndmont Park, major holiday celebrations like the 4th of July, Memorial Day and local fundraisers like Relay for Life. Community involvement is at the core of My 102 just as much as our music.
My102 reaches a wide range of listerns satisfying the tastes of people eager to stay current with the hottest hits, remember their favorites from the past and stay up to date on the latest local news, weather, sports, national headlines and more. This is My102.
MY 102 KEWANEE
DAVE AND JIMMY WEEKDAY MORNINGS 6 AM to 9 AM
DAVE AND JIMMY REAL LIFE STORIES!
Real life stories seem born from middle-America. "Normal" day-to-day experiences happen in places like Columbus, Ohio, and that's a big part of what makes THE DAVE AND JIMMY SHOW a winner in the morning. For over 20 years, DAVE & JIMMY and their morning crew have been the dominant morning show on WNCI-FM Columbus, and the fact that the guys are entrenched in the crossroads of the country is just one of the not-so-secret weapons in The Dave & Jimmy Show programming arsenal. The duo, who are joined each morning by a great support staff including the very popular news anchor, Kelsey Webb, deliver some of the most relatable content on the radio dial. "Our mandate every day is to give the listener an entertaining, enlightening and informative show," says Dave Kaelin, one-half of the consistently successful Dave & Jimmy team. "And if we can do that, we'll win." Kaelin, along with partner Jimmy Jam continue to deliver the goods and have been winning for a long time. In fact, Dave & Jimmy are consistently #1 in their target demos, and that success dates back to 1990 when they debuted as a team. It was that #1 success at WNCI that led Dave & Jimmy into the world of national distribution for their show. And that #1 position seems to follow the guys wherever they go. Pennsylvania, Kansas, Kentucky, and of course, in their home state of Ohio, dominating mornings has become the norm. So what else besides being relatable makes them winners? It's that radio instinct that can't be taught... it is knowing what the audience wants, knowing what makes them tick and also what tickles their collective funny bone, and then bringing these elements to the table every morning. Also not a mystery is the DAVE & JIMMY target audience. While they hone in on a female target audience that's roughly 25-35 years old, their entertainment value generates a broad spillover by both age and gender, jettisoning The Dave & Jimmy Show to the top among Adults 18-49.
The Biggest Hits of the 80’s, 90’s and Today, This is My 102 Kewanee!
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