Cat Country is a country music brand name used for a variety of radio stations in numerous broadcast markets in the United States. Although the cat logo or a cat claw is shared among these stations, most of these radio stations are not associated with each other. The "Cat Country" (sometimes spelled "Kat Country") branding is particularly common among country stations currently or formerly owned by Citadel Broadcasting.
The Cat Country branded radio station uses jargon that usually refers to a cat (or a tiger), such as where the cat lives (in a house), what noise a cat makes (roar or meow), and other words that are related to cats.
Jack FM and Bob FM, are both a brand of radio stations that play a large variety of music from the 70's, 80's, and 90's.
ESPN Radio, is also a brand of radio stations, where they are generally tied to the same set of broadcast programs, but are not all necessarily owned by the same operator. Most local broadcasts of these stations have nothing to do with the national network.