Founded in 1964, Bonneville International’s heritage traces its early roots to KSL Radio, which first went on the air in May of 1922 (originally as KZN) in Salt Lake City, and to KSL-TV, which had its on-air debut in 1949.
WHO WE ARE
Bonneville International currently owns and operates 14 radio stations in Seattle, Phoenix, Denver and Salt Lake City. Additionally, we own and operate a NBC Affiliate TV station in Salt Lake City where our Corporate office is located. We work hard to be a premier broadcasting and digital media company. We create quality content, actively serve in our communities, and deliver results for our clients.
We produce quality content and directly engage with our audiences through our mobile Apps, websites, social media channels, email and much more. Additionally, we provide our advertisers with effective ways to connect with our audiences to drive results for their brands, campaigns and businesses. Our integrated approach is founded on generating results for our clients.
THE BONNEVILLE DIFFERENCE
We do business a little differently. And, honestly, our client partners are grateful for it.
We call it The Bonneville Difference. It’s our business lifestyle, and it represents – both in word and action – the uniqueness of our style and the total commitment to our client partners. Total integrity is not just our goal, it also is our method.
We state The Bonneville Difference without equivocation:
We partner with you, to help you achieve YOUR objectives, We focus on solutions for you, not simply advertising, but bringing together and activating premium audiences with measurable results. And when it comes to advertising, we air your commercials with unparalleled accuracy to make sure you get what you expected. That means you have the Bonneville promise – backed by our reputation and track record – to honor the commitment we make to you.
If, for some unforeseen reason, a spot is moved, we will communicate and work with you to reach an acceptable resolution. That’s our promise. That’s the way we do business. That’s “The Bonneville Difference.”