About St. Cloud, Minnesota
St. Cloud, MN is rich in history and culture, and packed with great education institutions, as well as local, national and global businesses. As the largest city in Central Minnesota, St. Cloud offers big city attractions with small town soul.
St. Cloud, MN Radio Stations
Our stations vary in reach, with some extending as far east as the Twin Cities and even into Wisconsin, as far north as Brainerd and Aitkin, west to Morris and Benson and South as far as Mankato. We’ve got the center of Minnesota covered!
619 West St Germain, St. Cloud, MN 56301
Phone: (320) 251-1450
104.7 KCLD is the most listened to station outside of the Twin Cities. Established in 1975, 104.7 KCLD has talented and energetic on-air personalities that are highly interactive with their audience and draw large crowds wherever they go. The combination of music and on-air talent makes 104.7 KCLD Central Minnesota’s most listened to radio station. Visit our website at www.1047kcld.com.
KNSI Radio AM 1450 & FM 99.3
KNSI is St. Cloud’s premier full-service radio station. The KNSI Morning Show is fast-paced news, sports and information weekdays from 5a-8a with local morning show personality Bob Hughes. Next is Dan Terhaar with a variety of guests discussing local issues and events. Local talk show personality Dan Ochsner hosts Ox in the Afternoon from 2p-5p. Throughout the year KNSI airs more local high school and college play-by-play games than any other station in the metro. Visit our website at www.knsiradio.com.
99.9 More FM
More Music, Less Talk. More FM is Central Minnesota’s at work music station. More FM targets its music, promotions, and conversations to adults 25–54 years of age. Over 65% of its format listeners are in the top income level, hold professional jobs and have significant buying power. Visit our website at www.999morefm.com
Wild Country 99
Wild Country 99 is Central Minnesota’s choice for country! There are no long reports, commentaries or ball games, just “Today’s Hot New Country” with flavor and flair. Wild Country 99 appeals to a wide range of listeners and has a majority of listeners in the 25–54 year old age group. Wild Country 99 also has a large following in the 18–34 year old age group making it one of the most popular stations in Central Minnesota. Visit our website at www.wildcountry99.com.