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City of license Shelton, Washington
Branding Newsradio 103.3
Frequency 1030 kHz
Translator(s) 103.3 K277CZ (Shelton)
First air date September 2, 1962
Format News/Talk
Power 10,000 watts day
1,000 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 60878
Transmitter coordinates 47°13′17″N 123°4′46″W / 47.22139°N 123.07944°W / 47.22139; -123.07944Coordinates: 47°13′17″N 123°4′46″W / 47.22139°N 123.07944°W / 47.22139; -123.07944
Callsign meaning K MASon County
Former callsigns n/a
Affiliations ABC News Radio, Westwood One, Seattle Mariners Radio Network, Seattle Seahawks
Owner Olympic Broadcasting
Website KMAS Online

KMAS (1030 AM) & Newsradio 103.3 is a radio station broadcasting a news/talk format, licensed to Shelton, Washington, USA. The station is owned by Olympic Broadcast & Media (President and General Manager Dale Hubbard, Secretary, Treasurer Jerry Eckenrode) and features live and local programming.

At 10KW daytime power, 1030 KMAS is the most powerful AM radio station in the South Sound, Washington area. 1030 KMAS & Newsradio 103.3 is based in Shelton, Mason County, Washington and serves the South Sound Region. In addition to the Radio, KMAS has website: where you can listen online.
KMAS broadcasts an original show, “DAYBREAK” with Jeff & Dale Weekdays, 6a-9a. It is a morning rundown of the latest news, sports & weather, along with Local guests and newsmakers. 1030 KMAS & Newsradio 103.3 is an affiliate of the MLB Seattle Mariners and NFL Seattle Seahawks,WSU Cougars, Gonzaga Men's Basketball and covers high school sports including the Shelton Highclimbers.

KMAS Newsradio weekday shows include: Thom Hartmann, Dave Ramsey, Chad Benson, Alex Jones and Art Bell. Other shows during the week include First Light, America In The Morning and The Paracast.

KMAS Newsradio weekend shows include: Science Fantastic, Dr. Joy Browne, Made In America, Life As You Own It, Extreme Genes, NW Outdoors Radio, The Money Pit, Under The Hood, Talkin' Pets, Good Life Revolution, Daren Streblow, Now It's The News, When Radio Was, The Tech Night Owl, Popular Science, Tee It Up, The American Family Farmer, Gun Talk, Cigar Dave, Intelligent Medicine with Dr. Hoffman, Men's Health Live and Doing What Works


On January 3, 2012 KMAS changed their format from oldies to news/talk.


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