Taking advantage of the fact that the movie series was based in town, Forks Broadcasting AC “96.7 Lite-FM” KBDB-FM Forks, WA has relaunched as “Twilight 96.7“.
The Press Release follows:
Forks Broadcasting Inc. today launched “Twilight 96.7,” an exciting new branding for the most listened to station in its market.
“Twilight connects Forks to the world of entertainment,” said company president, Mark Lamb. The popular book series and current box office smash set in Forks draws tens of thousands of visitors to the region every year.
“By naming our station Twilight 96.7, we’re tapping into this fan base and their economic clout, as we introduce a new radio brand that is uniquely Forks,” he added.
Twilight 96.7 is already heard in cars, homes, offices and retail establishments throughout the West End. This ubiquitous presence reflects the popularity of the station’s music format that features today’s hits and yesterday’s favorites. Newly-added entertainment programming includes movie reviews by renowned critic Jeffrey Lyons, “In the Lyons’ Den,” and “The Deep End,” a music journey into the sounds of the sixties and seventies hosted by radio legend Nick Michaels. Find out more at Twilight967.com.
About Forks Broadcasting
Founded in 2012, Forks Broadcasting is located in the western-most broadcast facility in the continental United States, and operates the only commercial radio signals heard in the West End of Clallam County, Washington. Twilight 96.7 is the West End’s entertainment leader and most listened to radio station. Its sister station, Forks 1490, delivers world and national news from the CBS Radio Network, local news from the Forks 1490 24 Hour News Room, up-to-the-minute weather, as well as the local sports favorites; Mariners baseball, Seahawks football and exclusive broadcasts of the Forks High School Spartans — heard live on Forks 1490 and streaming worldwide at Forks1490.com.