Welcome to Cenla Broadcasting
KSYL 970 AM / 104.9FM / 100.3 HD3...KQID 93.1 /HD1... KRRV 100.3 / HD1...KKST 98.7
KZMZ 96.9...KDBS 94.7 ESPN 1410AM / 93.1 HD3, MAGIC 100.9 / 93.1 HD2, KDIXIE 100.3 HD2

Cenla Broadcasting History

 

Cenla Broadcasting is a locally owned and operated company that hit the airwaves on September 17, 1978 with its radio station KQID 93.1.  Over the past thirty plus years, they have held an integral part in community events, local fundraising, area concerts, and local business growth.  In August of 2007, they expanded their portfolio by purchasing Clear Channel Radio in Alexandria.  The company now owns and operates 8 radio stations.  In February 2015 Cenla Broadcasting Launched The First Louisiana  Commercial HD Station North Of I-10.  Cenla Broadcasting Inc is made up of KQID-FM 93.1 HD-1, 2 & 3, KZMZ-FM 96.9, KKST-FM 98.7, KRRV-FM 100.3, KSYL-AM 970, KDBS-AM 1410 (ESPN 1410),  K265FB Magic 100.9 (Rebroadcast Of 93.1 HD-2) & Kdixie.com (93.1 HD3). Their signals reach from Monroe to Baton Rouge and from East Texas to West Mississippi.  With their powerhouse 100,000 watt stations, as a broadcast company, their stations reach More listeners than any other station in the area!  Each of their stations are diverse with formats like Top 40 Hits, Classic Rock, Rap & Hip Hop, Country, Lite Favorites, Talk Radio,  Sports Radio and Oldies.  Whatever you are listening for, one of their stations are sure to please.  Locally owned and operated companies are what keep communities strong and growing.  It is important to spend advertising dollars locally and keep the economy striving.  Visit our location at 1115 Texas Avenue or call us at (318) 445-1234 and let us know if we can help you with your advertising needs.  We are proud to be a part of Cenla (Central Louisiana) and we hope to have the chance to stay on the airwaves another 37 years!

Cenla Broadcasting History

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