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Email: kism@kism.com

Cascade Radio Group consists of five local radio stations including KISM and sister stations KAFE, KBAI, KGMI, and KPUG. Our address is 2219 Yew Street Road Bellingham, WA 98229.

Business Line: 360-734-9790
Fax: 360-733-4551
Studio Line: 360-733-KISM.

Cascade Radio Group is a subsidiary of Saga Communications, Inc.

Directions From I-5:
Exit on Lakeway. Go east one mile. Right turn on Yew Street. Go 1.8 miles, we’re on the right side of the street

KISM Brand Manager

Scott Less
Email: Scott@KISM.com

Brad and John Show

Email: bradandjohn@kism.com

Locals Only

Pooner Clark, host of Locals Only
Email: Pooner@kism.com

 

Sales Manager

Don Kurtis
Email: dkurtis@cascaderadiogroup.com

For Advertisement Inquiries click here

Business Manager

Nancy Tuppeny
Email: busman@cascaderadiogroup.com

Traffic Director

Carol Hofacker
Email: traffic@cascaderadiogroup.com

Entertainment Editor Contact

Amanda Richards
Email: amanda@kism.com

 


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