Radio Station Information
KFTK 97.1 FM
City of License:
St. Louis, MO
Audacy (formerly known as Entercom/CBS Radio) (Audacy License, LLC)
KFTK is an FM radio station broadcasting at 97.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Florissant, MO and is part of the St. Louis, MO radio market. The station broadcasts News/Talk programming and goes by the name "FM NewsTalk 97.1" on the air. KFTK is owned by Audacy.
Station Coverage Map
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in St. Louis, MO
Listener Comments and Reviews
I have see the lies on RIPOFF. on people that they have let people put on thier website. People that are not the people in the pictures. RIPOFF SAYS DON'T LET THEM GET AWAY WITH IT. LET THE TRUTH BE KNOW. Okay the truth is that RIPOFF LET'S PEOPLE put lies, fale names, phone numbers, addresses, People who scams people out of money because of the lies on thier website. RIPOFF WANTS $2,000.00 for the reports wrote on thier website. RIPOFF WANTS THE $2,000.00 FOR THE REPORTS on thier website and will not take ten off for the money. Ripoff is a place that let scams artists, con artists, and fraudulently lies for the scams people, and RIPOFF TO MAKE MONEY OFF OF. Who scam who. RIPOFF SCAMS YOU FOR MONEY AND THE SCAMS ARTISTS SCAMS YOU. NO ONE SHOULD HAVE TO PAY NO ONE FOR THE LIES ON RIPOFF AND SOMEONE HAS PUT ON THIER WEBSITE. THEY ARE SCAMS ARTISTS RIPOFF, AND THE LAYING PEOPLE WHO PUT THOR ON HERE.
By: JACK on October 1, 2012
By: taylor on July 10, 2016
Troubled Youths Even More Affected by COVID-19 News Cycle
Depression and joblessness are leading to drug and alcohol abuse, domestic battery and even suicide. And if you were a troubled youth before the pandemic, the current situation will only make matters worse. That’s the opinion of Kasey Taylor, a Texas-based counselor in behavioral health. “If you were already feeling like you were losing your way in life, the COVID-19 news cycle and all things surrounding it, are going to weigh on you more than most people and, without counseling, can lead to serious consequences”, she says.
Ms. Taylor is a founder and COO of Maze for Life Resource Centers. Maze of Life has locations in Texas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho and three in the Chicago area. Maze of Life works particularly with troubled youth, people who have had problems with drugs, alcohol, and the law. Her office has seen a surge in phone calls since COVID-19 has been constantly in the news cycle. Ms. Taylor and her staff deal with the youths, their families and even probation officers and attorneys seeking help for their clients.
Ms. Taylor is a native Chicagoan and an author and public speaker and would be an excellent guest or news resource to discuss these turbulent times and the best ways to deal with them. May I introduce you to her and perhaps set up a preliminary phone call? Thank you for your consideration.
By: Bernie DiMeo on May 14, 2020
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