NRG Media

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NRG Media, LLC
Industry Entertainment
Founded 2005
Headquarters Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Key people
Mary Quass, CEO/President
Products radio
Revenue Increase$125 million+USD
Number of employees

NRG Media is a media company headquartered in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.


Studios in Wausau-Stevens Point, Wisconsin

NRG Media was founded on March 1, 2005, as a result of a merger of NewRadio Group and the radio assets of Waitt Media. At its inception it was the seventh largest radio company in the USA. As of February 2016, NRG owns and operates 40 radio stations and three translators in four Midwestern states. With the exception of their stations in Omaha, Grand Island/Kearney, and Lincoln, Nebraska and Wausau-Stevens Point, Wisconsin, NRG owns properties in small or medium, unrated markets. NRG Media, through the studios of its Omaha sports property KOZN, produces radio coverage of the NCAA's College World Series from TD Ameritrade Park in conjunction with national syndicator Westwood One.

Mary Quass is NRG Media's President/CEO. Mentoring and Inspiring Women in Radio (MIW) Group named Mary Quass the 2017 MIW Trailblazer.[1]

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  1. ^ "Quass Wins MIW Trailblazer Award". Radio Ink. 3 August 2017. 

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