Lincoln is the capital city of Nebraska, home to the University of Nebraska and has a vibrant downtown that includes the Pinnacle Bank Arena/Railyard area. Our community is rich in research, new business startups (named Silicon Prairie), manufacturing and government industry. More people are staying in Lincoln to begin their careers due to the array of opportunities and the quality of life.
NRG Media Lincoln (Broadcast House) operates five radio stations:
Lincoln’s #1 At Work Station, B-107.3 – KBBK-FM reaches Women 25-54 by delivering a huge variety of music from the 90’s through today. Broadcasting at 100,000 watts, B-107.3 helps make the workday go faster for thousands of people each day playing adult hits. Also exclusive home to Women’s Husker sports.
RED 94|5 – KBBK-HD2 FM is Lincoln’s New Music station targeting Adults 18-34 with the music from today’s hottest artists. RED 94|5 is upbeat, fun and positive. Setting us apart from any other station, RED 94|5 also offers custom ‘mixes’ every weekday and throughout the weekend plus 50 minute music blocks of new music our listeners beg to hear.
Today’s Best Country Froggy 98 – KFGE-FM is Lincoln’s #1 Country that gets your day started with listener driven interaction, great prizes and loads of laughs. Broadcasting at 100,000 watts, and reaching tons of Adults 18-49, Froggy 98 is a top station covering Southeast Nebraska. Froggy 98 is also Lincoln’s FM Home for Husker football broadcasts.
1400 KLIN is the #1 News/Talk station in Lincoln. KLIN-AM is where Lincoln turns for breaking news, hearing from community leaders and a place to talk about it. In addition to delivering the top syndicated talk programs, Brian Kilmeade, Rush and Hannity, we’re also Lincoln’s radio for Husker sports! That’s what makes KLIN “The Voice of Lincoln.”
105.3 The Bone: Lincoln’s Real Rock – KLNC-FM, Lincoln’s Real Rock 105.3 The Bone is Lincoln’s Real Rock; the best Classic Rock from the late 60’s to the early 2000’s. 105.3 The Bone is a heavier presentation than the traditional Classic Rock stations, as it is built for Classic Rock fans from Boomers to Gen-Z.