Chiefs Radio Network adds KMOX in STL as Affiliate


Chiefs Radio Network Expands Coverage to St. Louis

KANSAS CITY, MO, and ST. LOUIS, MO, AUGUST 12, 2016 – Chiefs Radio Network, owned and operated by Cumulus Media, announces the addition of CBS Radio St. Louis stations KMOX–AM and KYKY-HD3 as affiliates airing Kansas City Chiefs games for the 2016 season.

The expansion to St. Louis brings the Chiefs Radio Network total to 75 affiliates, one of the largest networks in the NFL, providing Chiefs football coverage to 12 states across the Midwest.

“When expanding Chiefs Kingdom to additional markets, our objective is to serve the fans, the affiliate station and their community, and the Kansas City Chiefs in the best partnership for all three entities. We are thrilled to include KMOX, one of the most iconic stations in the country, in our award-winning NFL broadcast coverage platform,” said Donna Baker, Regional Vice-President for Cumulus Midwest and Kansas City.

“As America’s Sports Voice and home to all pro sports in St. Louis, KMOX is proud to add the Kansas City Chiefs to our lineup,” said CBS Radio St. Louis Senior Vice-President John Sheehan, “The Chiefs have a lot in common with our St. Louis teams – committed ownership, leadership and players wanting to win it all for their rabid fan base. We look forward to partnering with the Chiefs and broadcasting the games on KMOX’s 50,000 Red Hot Watts to Chiefs fans in St. Louis and beyond.”

Dan Israel, Executive Producer for Chiefs Radio Network adds, “In our 27th season airing on #1 ranked network flagship station KCFX, 101 The Fox, the broadcast is growing not only in expanded area, but we’re growing the broadcast team, as well. We’re extremely excited to welcome Dani Welniak, award-winning journalist and reporter for KCTV-5 (CBS-Kansas City). A former Professional Women’s Football Alliance and Independent Women’s Football League player, Welniak played five years and won an IWFL World Championship in 2008 as a running back and wide receiver for the Dallas Diamonds. She joins the team of Mitch Holthus, Len Dawson, and Kendall Gammon as sideline reporter 8/20, as the Chiefs travel to take on the Rams.

Chiefs Radio Network begins coverage of the 2016 Chiefs season this Saturday, August 13, 2016, as the Chiefs host the Seattle Seahawks at Arrowhead. Pregame begins at 2pm Central across all Chiefs affiliates, including KCFX 101.1 FM in Kansas City and KYKY-HD3 in St. Louis.