Bonneville International Corporation (BIC) is a major national broadcasting group owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is a subsidiary of Deseret Mutual Corporation and run as a for profit business. The organization goes back to Utah's first radio station, KZN, which began broadcasting in 1922. In 1925, KZN changed to KSL. KSL television began in 1949. Bonneville was organized in 1964 and now owns and operates the following markets:
- Chicago (WTMX-FM, WILV-FM, WDRV-FM/WWDV-FM)
- San Francisco (KOIT-FM/AM, KDFC-FM, KMAX-FM)
- Washington D.C. (WTOP AM/FM, WGMS-FM, WFED-AM, WTWP Washington Post Radio)
- St. Louis (WIL-FM/AM, WMVN-FM, WARH-FM)
- Phoenix (KTAR-AM, KMVP-AM, KPKX-FM)
- Salt Lake City (KSL-AM/FM, KRSP-FM, KSFI-FM, KUTR-AM, KSL-TV)
Bonneville also owns several subsidary companies: Bonneville Communications, Bonneville Satellite Company, and Bonneville Interactive Services.