Bott Radio Network Expands Coverage in NW Arkansas
OVERLAND PARK, Kan., September 27, 2012 – Bott Radio Network (BRN) is pleased to announce a big FM power increase in Northwest Arkansas at 89.3 FM, now broadcasting with four times more power! This power increase to 25,000 watts began on September 19 and makes 89.3 FM the most powerful Christian-formatted FM station in Northwest Arkansas. At 25,000 watts, this much stronger signal adds thousands of new potential listeners to the 89.3 FM coverage area and it provides much stronger signal penetration into homes and office buildings where people live and work.
In addition to this new, more powerful signal at 89.3 FM in Northwest Arkansas, BRN serves the Fayetteville area at 1250 AM.
BRN President & CEO, Rich Bott, noted, “For 50 years, Bott Radio Network has served families with Quality Bible Teaching and Christian News and Information. We are excited about expanding our FM coverage in Northwest Arkansas to reach more people with the power of God’s Word. At 89.3 FM, this new, more powerful, 25,000 watt signal will help more people grow in their faith and apply their faith in their daily lives.”
Celebrating their 50th Anniversary this year, in 2012, Bott Radio Network’s broadcast service stretches across the United States from California to Tennessee, with a focus on the heart of America.
Bott Radio Network is a pioneer in the development of Christian Talk Radio. Time magazine listed several of BRN’s talk show hosts among the nation’s 25 most influential evangelicals. The listing included Dr. James Dobson, a member of the National Radio Hall of Fame and host of Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk; Dr. Richard Land of For Faith & Family – President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention; and attorney and judicial advocate Jay Sekulow, who hosts Jay Sekulow Live from Washington D.C. BRN also features Back to the Bible with Dr. Woodrow Kroll from Lincoln, Nebraska, as well as broadcasts by Billy Graham, Phyllis Schalfly, Chuck Swindoll, June Hunt, Charles Stanley and many other national Christian leaders.
In 2008, Bott Radio Network’s founder, Dr. Dick Bott, was inducted into the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Hall of Fame. The NRB is the world’s largest association of Christian communicators, with over 1,400 member organizations, and the Hall of Fame award is the highest honor the organization confers.
Broadcasting on 91 radio stations, BRN currently broadcasts its format of Faith-Based Family Talk Radio into 15 states with a combined coverage of 50 million people. BRN also is heard nationwide on SkyAngel Channel 403, worldwide online at bottradionetwork.com and on mobile devices with free apps for iPhone, iPad and Android users. You can find Bott Radio Network on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.
For More Information, Contact:
Bott Radio Network
John Dale, Director of Marketing
10550 Barkley, Ste. 108
Overland Park, KS 66212
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