Neuhoff Communications was founded in 2003, with a mission to create engaging and entertaining local content and events in the communities we serve.
That’s really a fancy way of saying great local radio, cool digital sites that allow you to interact with your favorite personalities, and events in your backyard you don’t want to miss. We call it “Media Made Locally”, and though it’s no secret, treating people the way we like to be treated is our secret sauce.
Neuhoff Communications has twenty radio stations, sixteen locally focused digital music, information and entertainment sites, and serves over a million consumers from Illinois into Indiana.
Media Made Locally.
When we say “Media Made Locally,” we really mean it. From Springfield, to Danville, Bloomington to Decatur and Champaign to Lafayette, Neuhoff stations are making a real difference daily in the lives of those citizens, consumers and advertisers.
Why? Because we’re Midwesterners, too.
Great music matters to us.
Agriculture matters to us.
High school and college sports matter.
Local politics matter.
And nothing makes us happier than knowing that while our big corporate competitors are abandoning all the things we think make local media special – we’re doubling down. We sure hope you like us.
Core Values Our core values drive everything we do.
Beth Neuhoff, Our CEO
Beth Neuhoff is a CEO, corporate director and media, marketing and consumer segmentation expert. Neuhoff is recognized for creating high performing organizations and brand building strategies in both national and local markets. As Chief Executive Officer of Neuhoff Communications, Ms. Neuhoff leads this award winning, privately held broadcast and digital media company with leading properties across the Midwest.
For the last six years she has been named as one of the “Most Influential Women in Radio” by Radio Inkmagazine and was featured on the cover for this same issue in 2015. At the 2014 and 2015 and 2017 Radio Shows, she was a finalist for “Best Broadcaster in America”. In 2016, she received the Illinois Broadcaster of the Year from the Illinois Broadcaster’s Association and in September of 2016 was recognized with the Frances Preston Trailblazer award in Nashville. In 2018, she received the Gracie Leadership Award from the Alliance for Women in Media.