NRG Media Tri-Cities Nebraska Chooses Nau

NRG Media Dallas Nau

NRG Media LLC has tapped Dallas Nau to lead its radio cluster in the Tri-Cities, Neb., metro area of Kearney, Grand Island and Hastings. He has been named market manager of the five-station group of KQKY(FM), KRNY(FM), KROR(FM), KSYZ(FM) and KGFW(AM).

“Dallas is a local talent that has dedicated his entire career to the needs of the Tri-Cities communities and that is very meaningful to a company like NRG that is so deeply committed to providing great local radio to our audience,” said Chief Operating Officer Chuck DuCoty.

Nau spent the past decade at NTV in Nebraska, serving most recently as the company’s general sales manager for KHGI(TV) and KFXL(TV) for the past five years. Prior to that, he served as local sales manager from 2007–2009 and as a senior regional account executive at the two stations from 2006–2007. He also worked in sales at KLKN(TV) in Lincoln, Neb., and at KMTV in Omaha in the early to mid-2000s.

Nau launched his broadcasting career in radio in Nebraska working in programming. He was the vice president of operations at then Radio One Broadcasting in Lincoln and was an on-air talent in 1987 at KWMG(FM) and KTTT(AM), where he served as the cluster’s operations manager, program director and on-air talent for five years in Columbus, Neb.

Nau currently serves as a board member for the Fox Sales Action Committee and is a member of the board of the Kearney Little League, handling group communications.

NRG Media currently operates 45 radio stations in Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Illinois and was formed in 2005 by a merger of New Radio Group LLC and Waitt Media LLC. NRG Media is based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa


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