WKRK offers effective business promotion at great rates. We are heard around the world via www.country.am and on mobile devices such as Androids, iPhones, iPads using the WKRK Smartphone App.
Locally, Tri-State listeners tune into our broadcast signal at 1320 AM and on Cable TV Channel 25. Your advertisement will be heard on radio, TV, the internet and on smartphones around the globe for a very affordable price.
We are certain you’ll be very pleased with the results you get for your investment. Advertising doesn’t COST you money … it MAKES you money!
Don’t forget to ask about our Buy One, Get One Free Offer!
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If you have any questions or if you would like to place an order, please call our sales department at (828) 837-4332, toll-free (877) 777-WKRK (9575), or send us an email using the form on our WKRK Info page. We’re available 24 hours a day. We look forward to helping you grow your business!
WKRK’s terrestrial signal also reaches into other North Carolina counties such as Graham, Swain, and Macon as well as Gilmer County, Georgia, and Monroe County, Tennessee. However, the radio signal is not strong enough in those counties to include in the above list. Even though we do have listeners in those counties, we prefer to be honest and straight forward by not trying to oversell our coverage area. However, WKRK is now broadcasting our radio station WORLDWIDE. Anyone with an internet connection can receive WKRK on their computer, tablet or mobile phone at crystal clear quality.
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WKRK is located in Murphy, NC and serves the Tri-State area of Western North Carolina, Northern Georgia, and Eastern Tennessee. WKRK can be heard on 1320AM, Cable TV Channel 25, and worldwide on our website.
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