92.9 ZZU is KZZU-FM, playing modern hit music for the Spokane region. It is one of Spokane’s longest-running contemporary music stations, having launched in 1984.
92.9 ZZU was just inducted into the Inlander Readers Hall of Fame, having been voted Spokane’s Favorite Station for 10-plus years. “Dave, Ken & Molly” have been voted Spokane’s favorite morning show for 20 years running.
The station features “Dave, Ken & Molly” from 6 to 10 a.m., host Haleigh from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Dan Roberts from 3 to 7 p.m.
KXLY-FM The Big 99.9 Coyote Country plays the biggest music from the biggest country stars. It is the home of Spokane’s longest running and most popular country morning show in Spokane history, and is the exclusive home for “Next Big Thing” free concerts.
KHTQ-ROCK 94 1/2 is celebrating 20 years as Spokane’s best rock station, consistently No. 1 or 2 in its target demos (25–54, men 18 and older).
KHTQ, which is a hybrid station with a 13,000-member database, prides itself on having an interactive relationship with listeners.
Recent KHTQ awards include:
- 2016 induction into the Contraband Radio Convention Active Rock Radio Hall of Fame
- 2018 Best of Inlander, recognizing the radio station and morning show
Entering the third year of partnering with a gold-star family and veterans community outreach program called Newby‑ginnings.
Hot 96.9 has served Spokane’s hottest music since 2011. Combing today’s most popular songs with everyone’s favorite throwbacks in the afternoons, it’s the best music for … everything you are doing.
A station of the community, Hot 96.9 prides itself in serving each year through promoting events benefiting local animal and autism charities.
FM Newsradio 100.7 KXLY 920 News Now is the Inland Northwest’s must-listen-to station when disasters hit. Listeners have been kept in the know through Mount St. Helens (1980), Firestorm (1991), Icestorm (1996), and the Spokane Windstorm (2015).
In 2014, FM Newsradio 100.7 KXLY 920 News Now was one of five finalists nationwide for the “Marconi Legendary Station of the Year.”
FM Newsradio 100.7 KXLY 920 News Now has used its powerful Spokane presence to raise money for many local charities. Two of the biggest recent fundraisers brought in more than $100,000 for Children’s Miracle Network and the Union Gospel Mission.
700 ESPN/105.3 FM is the most-listened-to sports station in the Inland Northwest.
The station is the home of MLB including the World Series, the NBA Finals, the Eastern Washington Eagles, the Seattle Mariners, and the Greater Spokane League.
700 ESPN/105.3 FM is also the home of ESPN Radio, the most-listened-to Sports Talk outlet in the world.
92.5 Kootenai FM has been serving classic Top 40 and alternative hits to Kootenai County, and is home of Northern Idaho High School football and Idaho Vandals broadcasts.