On Wednesday morning, Emergency Communications Network President David DiGiacomo was invited to talk about the CodeRED mass notification system with Doug and Debbie on NewsRadio 1120 KMOX. The station’s viewing area covers eastern Missouri, as well western and southern portions of Illinois.
The interview was requested following the recent contract Madison County, Illinois made with Emergency Communications Network to provide the CodeRED and CodeRED Weather Warning services to the Madison County community.
The Madison County contract with Emergency Communications Network also provides the CodeRED and CodeRED Weather Warning service to residents in the City of Collinsville and Staunton Fire District.
KMOX Radio (AM 1120) is dedicated to being the dominant information and entertainment source for the St. Louis region. The station signed on Christmas Eve, 1925 and is heard in 44 states and throughout much of Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean. KMOX boasts the largest radio news department in St. Louis and Missouri and also has the resources of CBS News and AP. Additional alliances with KMOV-TV, The Weather Channel, Metro Networks, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis Business Journal, St. Louis American and the Suburban Journals ensure that KMOX listeners have the most credible, timely and in-depth information.