It’s been a big year for Northwestern Outdoors Radio! The syndicated hour-long show, hosted by veteran outdoors writer and broadcaster John Kruse, has doubled in size this year. The show is now broadcasting on 26 stations in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. The latest affiliates to pick up the show this month include KAPS 660 in Mt. Vernon, Washington, 1420 KUJ out of Walla Walla, Washington and 95.9 KTIL broadcasting along the Oregon Coast from Tillamook. All three stations will begin broadcasting Northwestern Outdoors Radio in their respective markets this month.
Asked why the show has grown so rapidly, John Kruse responds: “People love the outdoors in the Pacific Northwest and love to hear about things they can do in the area they live in whether they fish, hunt, hike, camp or watch wildlife. We give our listeners that and more very week which gives the show a regional focus that’s easy to relate to. This idea of syndicated local radio has also resonated with the stations which goes a long ways towards explaining our rapid growth from 13 to 26 stations this year.”
Northwestern Outdoors Radio is produced every week from its flagship station at 560 KPQ in Wenatchee, Washington. To find out more about Northwestern Outdoors Radio, to include a complete list of stations and air times, go to www.northwesternoutdoors.com.