Welcome to KGY Media Group
Radio | Digital
Here at the KGY Media Group we provide marketing and advertising solutions for local, regional, and national businesses. Our team of local marketing professionals is here to serve you. Whether you are a new business owner or have been in business for generations, we want to help you achieve your goals and reach new levels of success. As a local, family-owned and operated media company, we know real challenges exist in growing your business and it's our mission to serve clients thoughtfully, with integrity and professional communication, providing effective advertising solutions that get results for your business. When you work with KGY Media Group, you become part of our family of advertisers.
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DIGITAL Marketing Solutions Customized For Your Business
Adapting to an evolving advertising world, KGY Media Group is now providing digital advertising products to our local clients. We believe Digital is too often used as a “buzzword” lacking definition – it’s our goal to take the mysterious “black-box” uncertainty out of Digital Advertising, by working collaboratively with our clients to understand their specific business goals/objectives, ideal consumers, and to plan effective and efficient Digital advertising tactics that drive real results and measurable business outcomes.
KGY Media Group
Programming & Sales Team
Local Radio Serving the South Sound
Seattle/Tacoma's "South Sound" Market
KYYO FM/HD1 McCleary, WA 96.9 “KAY-O” Country. Your Choice for Country in the South Sound! Playing the Latest & Greatest Country Hits. Big D & Bubba in the Morning, More Music for Your Workday & Nat George hosting Afternoons, 3pm-7pm, Monday-Saturday. Featuring Fun Promotions, Contests On-Air, Online, and KAYO-Crew Brand Ambassadors at Station Events, 96.9 KAYO delivers a passionate, local Country Lifestyle audience eager to hear YOUR LOCAL BUSINESS message. COUNTRY LISTENERS ARE RESPONSIVE & SPEND MONEY.
95.3 Olympia's KGY
Serving Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater & Thurston County
KYYO F2/HD2, K237FR Tumwater, WA 95.3 KGY “Olympia’s Greatest Hits.” Appealing to Baby-Boomers, coming of age in the mid-70’s to mid-80’s Olympia’s 95.3 KGY focuses on a carefully selected playlist of Greatest Hits from the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s for Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, and Thurston County. 95.3 KGY features a full lineup of personality radio DJs, Special Shows, Local Interest Segments, National News, Local Weather & Traffic reports. Plus, theme weekends, On-Air & Online Contests & Promotions, as well as Remote Broadcasts.
KAYO Legends HD3
The Legends of Country Music
on Your HD Radio
KYYO FM/HD3 McCleary, WA “KAY-O Legends” 96.9 FM/HD3. “KAY-O Legends” is all about having fun, developing an HD only audience, and adding value to the Country Marketplace in the South Sound. We believe there’s a population of Country listeners who prefer their Era of Country Music, commonly called the “Garth Era” during the 1990’s – These listeners seek out this music, often on their own…KAYO Legends provides a new choice for HD radio listeners to turn to. Coming Soon! Streaming Online KAYOLegends.com
Celebrating 100 Years Serving Our Local Community! 1922-2022
KGY Media Group
Local, Family-Owned Media Since 1939
KGY Media Group has a legacy of serving our community and supporting the local economy through good times and bad. As a heritage radio broadcasting company, KGY’s legacy is rooted in the founding of the medium. KGY’s founding is traced to St. Martin’s College in Lacey, WA and Father Sebastian Ruth, OSB, who established radio broadcasting in the south Puget Sound region. Father Sebastian Ruth first licensed his station in 1914 under the call “7CM” and two years later received the “7YS” call in 1916. He continued to experiment with radio, and in September of 1921 the first real program was aired, at the time the station was heard in 23 states, Canada, and Hawaii, because of the dearth of stations and electrical interference. Then, on April 4th, 1922 the station officially became licensed with the call “KGY” and continued broadcasting from the small “wireless” shack and later in the more spacious log cabin on the St. Martin’s College campus. In 1932 KGY moved to the Capital Park Building on Capitol Way near the state Capitol Campus in Olympia under the ownership of Archie Taft who also owned KOL in Seattle. 1939 marked the beginning of the era in which KGY blossomed into the vital community service and part of the way of life in Thurston County. In that year Tom Olsen purchased the station and his family continues to own and operate KGY today.
The KGY Media Group Sales Team
General Manager & Director of Sales
Account Executive & Promotions Director