Jelli Signs Westwood One for Ad Sales

Westwood One has announced a multi-year deal with Jelli (Jelli.com) to exclusively represent on-air ad sales for all local and nationally syndicated radio Jelli programming. Commercial air time within Jelli programming will be available through both the Westwood One Network and Metro Traffic divisions. Jelli mixes traditional radio with social media, pharm putting listeners in control of what goes on the air.  Listeners through the web or mobile devices, seek use Jelli to vote for artists and songs creating dynamic playlists that determine in real time what plays on the air. Local and nationally syndicated Jelli shows appear on radio stations across the country including those in New York, mind Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta and San Francisco.

Jelli stations and their programs include:
KITS (105.3) San Francisco, CA: Sunday (Monday), 12midnight – 2am
WYSP (94.1) Philadelphia, PA: Monday through Friday, 7pm – 12midnight
WPST (94.5) Philadelphia, PA: Monday – Sunday 8pm – 12midnight
WKLS (96.1) Atlanta, GA: Monday – Friday 7pm – 12midnight
WBOS (92.9) Boston, MA: Sunday, 10pm – 12midnight
WKRL (100.9) Syracuse, NY: Saturday, 7pm – 12midnight
WJBX (99X) Ft. Myers – Naples – Marcos Island, FL: Sunday, 10pm – 12midnight
KDOT (104.5) Reno, NV: Tuesday – Saturday, 7pm – 12midnight
KTRS (104.7) Casper-Riverton, WY: Monday through Friday, 10pm – 12midnight
KENR (107.5) Missoula, MT: Monday through Friday, 7pm – 12midnight
WBLI (106.1) Long Island, NY: Sunday, 9pm – 11pm
KISN (96.7) Bozeman, MT: Monday through Friday 9am – 12noon
KNDE (95.1) College Station, TX: Monday – Friday 10pm – 4am, Sunday 8pm – 11pm
WJYY (105.5) Gilford, NH: Monday – Friday 10pm – 12midnight
KSMX (107.5) Clovis, NM: Monday – Sunday 7pm – 12midnight

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