Frequently asked questions (FAQ) about KSL NewsRadio
Here are some of the questions (FAQ) we’re asked a lot about KSL NewsRadio and its employees.
If you have a question that isn’t addressed here, please feel free to email us at email@example.com.
What is KSL’s brand mission?
KSL’s mission statement, which is displayed prominently on a wall as you walk into the newsroom, reads: “KSL provides leadership that builds up, connects, informs & celebrates Utah’s communities and families.”
We strive to keep that mission top-of-mind in all of our reporting. As members of the community, what affects you affects us, too!
How can I submit a story idea or tell KSL about a news event?
You can call the newsroom anytime at 801-575-6397, or send us tips via email. The address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
What should I do if I think KSL needs to make a correction?
Much like submitting a story idea, we’d love to hear from you. We strive for accuracy and we want to know if you think we’re missing something. Call 801-575-6397 or email: email@example.com.
Who owns KSL NewsRadio?
KSL NewsRadio is owned by Bonneville International Corporation, a company which also oversees radio stations in other markets, including Seattle, Phoenix and Denver. BIC, in turn, falls under the Deseret Management Corporation. DMC is a management and holding company for for-profit businesses owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
In other words, the church owns DMC, which manages BIC, which operates KSL. As for-profit entities, KSL and its sister properties pay taxes and are operated like any other business. The KSL newsroom has operational independence and maintains separate, editorial staffing from the church.
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