WE ARE AT THE HEART OF OUR COMMUNITIES
Delta Media’s radio stations have an intense focus on local programming that connects us to the people of our communities. Our formats reflect the culture and tastes of our listeners.
In addition to our strong lineup of local talent, you’ll hear inspirational gospel, the best of adult R&B and local Zydeco on Z-1059. You’ll hear new music from the biggest Indy and alternative artists, including local South Louisiana artists on 106Three Radio Lafayette. Mustang 107-1, plays real country variety, from local Cajun favorites to Classic and Outlaw Country favorites. 103-7 The Game is home to live, local sports talk every day. Acadiana’s home for LSU Sports, Houston Astros Baseball, The NFL and STM Football. KVOL 1330 AM features the perfect mix of oldies and Louisiana Swamp Pop Favorites and El Sabor is home to today’s best Latin music on Lafayette’s only commercial Hispanic radio station.
You won’t find this unique blend of programming on any other delivery system, other than Delta Media’s radio stations.
- KLWB-FM – 103-7 The Game – Acadiana’s Only FM Sports-Talk Station (Sports/Talk)
Featuring more live and local sports talk than any other station, covering local, state and national sports stories. 103-7 The Game is home for NBC Sports Radio, LSU Sports (Football, Basketball and Baseball), Houston Astros Baseball, The NFL and STM High School Football.
- KYMK-FM – 106Three Radio Lafayette – Real, Independent, Local (AAA)
106Three features Indy and Alternative artists from around the world and local Independent artists from South Louisiana. 106Three Radio Lafayette features a blend of new music and retro alternative tracks from the 80’s and 90’s. There is not another radio station like it in Lafayette. College Radio meets Indy Rock.
- KVOL-AM & FM – 1330 AM & 97-7 FM, Lafayette KLCJ 104.1 FM, Lake Charles –The Rewind (Oldies)
The Rewind is featured on three signals, covering all of Southwest Louisiana and features the perfect mix of Oldies from four decades the 50’s through the 80’s, playing deeper cuts that include local Louisiana Swamp Pop Favorites.