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KIOA-FM, licensed to Des Moines, IA


Mailing Address
93.3 KIOA
1416 Locust
Des Moines, IA 50309

Business/Fax Numbers
Studio Line: (515) 312-1933
Traffic Hotline: (515) 4949-CAR (4949-227)
Business Line: (515) 280-1350
Fax Line: (515) 280-3011

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Maxwell & Pam — Mornings, 5:00am–10am
Alan White — Middays, 10am–3pm
Karess Carter — Afternoons, 3pm-7pm
Jimmy Olsen — Nights, 7pm–Midnight
Jay Wells — Overnights, Midnight–5am
Kate Garner — Weekends

Send your questions about the music or something you heard on KIOA to:
Alan White — Brand Manager

Promotions
Michael Christiansen — Promotions Director

Administrative Staff
Jeff Delvaux — General Manager
Scott Allen — Operations Manager
Pam Washington — Director of Sales
Geneva Walker — Business Manager
Luke Matthews — Digital Media Manager


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