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KXEG (1280 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a 

Christian radio format. 

Licensed to Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 

the station serves the Maricopa County area. 


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Gospel Musical Review Program reaches all of Maricopa County!!


About Maricopa County Arizona 



Total population                                       3,768,123

Population per square mile                     333.8 people

Births                                                       60,636

Median income                                        $48,304

Average travel time to work                     26.1 minutes

Number of companies                             239,517

Size of Maricopa County Arizona            9203.14 square miles


Source: 2000 census, U.S. Census Bureau


Are programs are listened too by many, 

especially urban gospel music lovers!!!!


THE MARKET WE SERVEThe Phoenix Metropolitan Area

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We are broadcasting to Maricopa County 

Phoenix metropolitan area

(The Phoenix Metropolitan Area – often referred to as the Valley of the Sun, the Salt River Valley or Metro Phoenix – is a metropolitan area, centered on the city of Phoenix, that includes much of the central part of the U.S. State of Arizona)


As of the Census Bureau's 2015 population estimates, 

Metro Phoenix had 4,574,351 residents, making it the 12th largest Metropolitan Area

 in the nation by population. 

The gross domestic product of the Phoenix Metropolitan Area 

was $215 billion in 2014, 15th largest amongst 

metro areas in the United States.

It is also one of the fastest growing major metropolitan areas, 

gaining nearly 400,000 residents from 2010 to 2015


Maricopa County

is located in central Arizona and is one of 15 counties in Arizona. 

Maricopa County has more people than any other AZ county. 

Of the 10 largest cities in Arizona, 9 of them are in Maricopa County. 


The only city in the top 10 that isn't is Tucson, located in Pima County.


Cities served

Apache Junction,Avondale,Buckeye,Carefree, Cave Creek, Chandler,El Mirage,Fountain Hills, Gila Bend,Gilbert, Glendale,Goodyear,Guadalupe ,Litchfield Park,Mesa,Paradise Valley ,Peoria,Phoenix,Queen Creek, Scottsdale,Surprise,Tempe,Tolleson,Wickenburg, Youngtown, 


WHAT IS URBAN? Geograhically 

Urban means "related to cities." 

An urban area is characterized by higher population density and vast human features in comparison to areas surrounding it. 

Urban areas may be cities, towns, and/or a large city surrounded closely by smaller ones. 

An urban area may be defined by the number of residents, the population density, the percent of people not dependent upon agriculture. 

WHAT IS URBAN? Socially 

Is Urban another word for Blacks 

Statistical inaccuracy of the euphemism"Urban" as a euphemism for black is today statistically inaccurate as blacks have moved en masse from inner cities to suburbs, and as the central areas of cities have seen large influxes of Hispanic, white and in some cases Asian American populations. 

WHAT IS THE URBAN CULTURE 

People who have shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes and institution, organization, or group. 

WHAT IS THE URBAN MARKET?? 

The people who need product and services that meet their needs. 

HOW DOES A METROPOLITAN EFFECT A URBAN AREA

Unlike an urban area, a metropolitan area includes not only the urban area, but also satellite cities plus intervening rural land that is socio-economically connected to the urban core city, typically by employment ties through commuting, with the urban core city being the primary labor market. 

In fact, urbanized areas grow, as the core population/economic activity center, within a larger metropolitan area.