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Prestige Radio

Prestige Communications is a locally-owned group of 6 radio stations based in Macomb, Illinois. We're committed to bringing you a wide variety of programming to try to meet the diverse needs of listeners in Western and West Central Illinois and Southeastern Iowa. 

Our stations offer listeners the following formats: Alternative, Classic Rock, Hot Country, News/Talk, Oldies, and Top 40.

 

We're committed to providing quality local programming to Western Illinois with live/local shows, local news and local sports. 

 

We're proud to be a part of this great community and truly believe that radio advertising is an effective way for area businesses to grow and be successful even in this unstable economy. 

 

We hope you enjoy our websites and if there is anything we can do for you, please contact us at 309-833-2121, email us at: radio@prestigeradio.com or stop by the stations at 1034 West Jackson, Macomb, IL 61455. We're open 8-5 Monday through Friday. 

 

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What's New...

We've moved! Please pick-up prizes and/or conduct any other business with us at our new location at 1034 West Jackson (across from Hardee's) in Macomb.

 

 


Prestige Updates

  • VIBE Gives Funds to Four Community Groups

    By Zach Boblitt, News Director

     

    The McDonough County VIBE (Volunteers Interested in Benefiting Everyone) was giving out money yesterday to community groups that needed it.

     

    VIBE President Kassie Courson says that it was another banner year for VIBE.

     

     

    Courson also says that the $115,000 that was raised will go to more groups than usual this

    year.

     

     

    The four groups receiving money from VIBE include the Macomb Police Department for their digital radio project, the Macomb Agriscience Association to get Ag classes back into Macomb schools, Habitat for Humanity to put money into no interest loan to help build future houses and Samaritan Well to gut and renovate a bathroom at their shelter on Maple Avenue.

     

    Samaritan Well received $10,403.88, Habitat for Humanity received $32,801.75, Macomb Police Department received $14,806.88 and the Macomb Agriscience Association received $56,243.50.

     

    Samaritan Well Executive Director Cynthia Stiffler explained their project.

     

     

    Robb Creasy with the Macomb Agriscience Association says that Ag Classes are important

    for students in Macomb.

     

     

    Dan Curtis, the President of the McDonough County Habitat for Humanity, says that this money will help Habitat for Humanity for years to come.

     

     

    Macomb Police Chief Curt Barker says that the digital radio project will increase their frequency options.

     

     

    Courson says the community support has been tremendous.

     

     

    This was the fifth year for VIBE.

     

    Since its inception VIBE has raised nearly $500,000 for community groups. 


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