Sports Spotlight Radio Network

Sports Spotlight Radio Network

1350 KRNT is the official flagship radio station for the Sports Spotlight Radio Network!

1350 KRNT will broadcast all of the Sport Spotlight’s programs, including the Friday Night Live and Sports Spotlight Daily Radio Show. Friday Night Live airs from 5–7pm on AM 1350 KRNT and across the state on the Sports Spotlight Radio Network. The Sports Spotlight Daily Radio Show airs Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 5–7pm and Saturday mornings from 8–10 AM.

The popular Friday Night Live football show airs from 6pm-Midnight each and every football Friday night. Catch the Grinnell Mutual Reinsurance Scoreboard Show from 10pm–Midnight for a recap of all the scores and highlights right here on AM 1350 KRNT and across the state on the Sports Spotlight Radio Network.

Sports Spotlight USA, Inc. along with the Des Moines Radio Group, will continue to build the state’s most powerful high school radio network supported by digital products, mobile apps, the Sports Spotlight magazine, television productions, and their website—sportsspotlight.com.

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