KSL.com

KSL.com is a phenomenon among media sites. Although KSL is based in Salt Lake City, the site ranks among top national broadcast sites such as CNN.com.

Launched in 1996 as a gateway for users to access KSL Radio and KSL-TV Web sites, KSL.com now averages 200 million monthly page views and more than 3 million monthly unique visitors.

A leader in innovation, KSL.com was one of the first broadcast sites to stream radio and television content, the first to offer free classifieds, the first to create a news media content platform, and the first to develop large ad formats before IAB standards. KSL.com was also a leader among broadcast sites in providing breaking news.

In 2002, KSL.com became a worldwide resource for the Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City. Today, the site is known for having the only in-market classifieds product to beat out Craigslist.

KSL.com is an awarding-winning site and has received prestigious national Edward R . Murrow journalism awards.

Through a combination of innovative Web site resources, relevant news content and simple design, KSL.com has become a leader in breaking news and one of the largest local broadcast media Web sites in the United States.