The Ticket carries CBS network programming during the day (John Feinstein & Jim Rome) and local talk shows in morning and afternoon drive. Program Director Josh Bertaccini hosts "The Red Zone with JB" weekdays from 7 to 9 am. He has worked for the Ticket since June of 2011. The station also carries "Sports Talk with Bo Mattingly" from 2-6 on weekday afternoons. Mattingly is a longtime Razorback reporter. 92.1 The Ticket is a proud affiliate of the Arkansas Razorback Sports Network; they broadcast all U of A football, basketball and baseball games. The Ticket is also the flagship for Northwest Arkansas Naturals (Double A) baseball broadcasts. Play by play announcer Benjamin Kelly calls all 140 of their games.
For years, the station broadcast an Album Oriented Rock format as "92.1 The Keg" with the call sign KKEG. On June 11, 2009 the KKEG call sign and rock music format were moved to 98.3 FM in Bentonville, Arkansas. The KQSM-FM call sign that had been on 98.3 FM was then moved to 92.1 FM and branded as "ESPN 92.1 - The Ticket". In January of 2013, parent company Cumulus Media entered into a partnership with the new CBS Sports Radio Network. Over 150 Cumulus sports stations around the country were part of this initiative. The Ticket is currently affiliated with CBS Sports Radio.