De La Hunt Broadcasting

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De La Hunt Broadcasting is a small market radio broadcasting company based in Park Rapids, Minnesota. It is owned by Ed and Carol De La Hunt. The corporate offices and Park Rapids studios are located on the east side of Park Rapids, at 17340 State Highway 34. All of the stations get their programming from the Dial Global networks.

De La Hunt Broadcasting operates seven stations in four different markets:

  • Park Rapids
    • KPRM AM 870 "Classic Country 870"
    • KXKK FM 92.5 "Hot Country 92.5"
    • KDKK FM 97.5 "StarStation 97.5"
  • Bemidji (324 Beltrami Ave, Bemidji)
    • KKWB FM 102.5 "Coyote Country 102.5"
  • Walker
    • KAKK AM 1570 "Oldies 1570"
    • KQKK FM 101.9 "Q102"
  • Verndale
    • KSKK AM 1070 "The Arrow"


A FCC application filed for a new radio station, for Pine River, Minnesota, at AM 1210.

Former Stations[edit]


In 2006, Ed and Carol De La Hunt were inducted into the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting Hall of Fame, in Golden Valley, Minnesota.[1] This Hall of Fame honors the outstanding talent of Minnesota's broadcast community.


  1. ^ "Ed & Carol De La Hunt: Inducted 2006". The Pavek Museum of Broadcasting. Retrieved 2008-06-21. 

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