Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy Statement
KERN-AM/FM

 

KERN-AM/FM is committed to protecting your privacy. Below you will find information about our commitment to ensuring the privacy of your personally identifiable information. Please read it carefully. If you have any questions, please send us an email at digitalcontent@americangeneralmedia.com or call during business hours at 1-661-328-1410.

When you visit the KERN-AM/FM Web Site you may voluntarily supply certain personally identifiable information in connection with a contest or sweepstakes registration, subscription registration for email newsletters, requests for membership information, e-commerce transactions, contributions, comments and suggestions, and certain content submissions and community postings (i.e. forums or bulletin boards). Respect for the use of this information is one of our primary responsibilities.

KERN-AM/FM does not rent or sell its member list. By station policy and by federal law KERN-AM/FM does not trade or rent its list with any partisan group, political party, or party committee even if it is non-profit. KERN-AM/FM uses a third party for the housing and processing of the data it exchanges.

The Direct Marketing Association (DMA) offers a Mail Preference Service that is designed to assist consumers in decreasing the amount of nonprofit or commercial mail they receive at home. For more information about this service, visithttp://www.the-dma.org/comsumers/consumerassistance.html or email them at customer@the-dma.org.

From time to time KERN-AM/FM may need to change this policy. Any changes will be posted to this page as soon as reasonable possible, so please check this page periodically. By using this site, you signify your agreement to the terms and conditions of KERN-AM/FM Web Site Privacy Policy.

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