For information on Television advertising opportunities for Wichita and all of KAKE:
Local Sales Manager Brenda Johnson
BJohnson@kake.com (316) 946-1316
For information on KAKE.com Internet advertising contact:
General Sales Manager Jason Schlitz,
JSchlitz@kake.com (316) 946-1363
For MeTV advertising:
Ben Starkey, Ben.Starkey@kake.com (316) 239 - 9527
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