Kensington Digital Media has roots in Indiana. The Hoosier state is where brothers Tony Richards, Owner/Founder of Kensington Digital Media, and Jack Didier (Tony's brother), Co-owner, grew up, lived and worked until Richards made the permanent move to Nashville in 2015. Didier stayed in Indiana, and together they purchased the three commercial stations licensed to Kosciusko County, 107.3 WRSW-FM, News Now Warsaw 1480 AM & 99.7 FM, and WAWC Willie 103.5 all in Warsaw, IN.
Warsaw is the Orthopedic Capital of the World and host to a multitude of other diverse industries. Kosciusko County has one of the lowest unemployment rates and highest population growth rates in Indiana. Warsaw is known as “The Lake City” and features three natural lakes within the city limits and more than 100 lakes county-wide. There are more than 10 miles of bike paths and greenways in the city. Warsaw offers outdoor recreation for everyone to enjoy.
Classic Hits 107.3 WRSW-FM has served Warsaw and Kosciusko County for over 70 years and is a large supporter of Riley Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis. News Now Warsaw 1480 AM and 99.7 FM provides an around the clock wheel of local and national news, weather and sports information. WAWC Willie 103.5 is a blend of new and classic country and supports St. Jude Children’s Hospital. Combined, the stations hold fundraisers for Toys for Tots, an annual coat drive, food-a-thon and several more worthy causes.