Thanks Lynn!

Lynn Hoffman, one of America’s premiere voice over artists, had some nice things to say about KROB…


Thanks for listening to KROB! We love having you as part of our growing family!


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THIS is the future of radio…


Corporate broadcasters, take note. Broadband devices put us all on a level playing field. It’s no longer about the size of your tower or the output power … it’s all about content!

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Seeking a digital media marketing pro!

Internet radio is a new frontier. As handheld broadband devices and Internet in cars is becoming ubiquitous, Internet radio is poised for explosive growth. Internet radio listening is on the rise, KROB has outstanding listener numbers and the opportunity to put that power to work is waiting for you!


If you have experience in selling new media or digital platforms, this is an exciting, work from home, commission-based sales opportunity for you to explore. Can you sell local sponsors on our global platform? If you can maximize sales opportunities that capitalize on the reach of a localized Internet radio station that spans the globe, we want to talk to you.

Email your resume and cover letter to: No calls please.

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Thanks Greg!


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June 30, 2013 · 8:37 am

KROB in your car

Smart phones and integrated broadband devices in your car let you experience a whole new world of radio. Thanks to Petch, a loyal K-Rob Listener, who took this picture as he had us plugged into his new car today.


Do you “K-Rob in your car”?

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We made it!

KROB has been added as a station on the Windows Media Guide! More people use Windows media Player to listen to internet radio than any other source…


In your media player, click the Guide and then look for KROB in the internet radio tab.

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Delmarva severe weather

More severe weather is set to hit Delaware this morning. Expect strong winds, thunderstorms and the possibility of tornadoes. Weather reports on social media sites can be unreliable, so depend on trusted sources such as the National Weather Service to provide updates. Have your weather radio on and ready to receive alerts. If instructed to seek shelter, do so at once.


NWS Radar @ 08:45 6/13

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