Bott Radio Network, which is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year, recently expanded its Missouri state-wide service with a powerful, new FM signal serving West Central Missouri.
The new 30,000-watt FM signal at 88.9 FM reportedly covers more than 400,000 people from Southern Kansas City to Clinton to Nevada to Fort Scott, KS, and everywhere in between. Families across the region can now hear BRN’s quality Bible teaching and Christian news and information programming 24 hours a day.
“For 50 years, Bott Radio Network has served families with quality Bible teaching and Christian news and information,” says BRN President and CEO Rich Bott. “We are excited about this new, powerful FM signal in West Central Missouri to help us reach more people with the power of God’s Word.”
According to BRN, the new signal at 88.9FM in West Central Missouri brings the total number of BRN’s Missouri stations to 39, including the cities of St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, Branson, Independence, St. Joseph, Maryville, Kirksville, Richmond, Lexington, Columbia, Jefferson City, Rolla, Cuba, Stover, Cole Camp, Sunrise Beach, Osage Beach, Camdenton, Lebanon, Monett, Neosho, Mt. Vernon, Carthage, Kimberling City, Osceola, Hermitage, Stockton, Rockaway Beach, Cape Girardeau, Sikeston and Poplar Bluff.
Nationally, BRN broadcasts on 91 radio stations, reaching into 15 states with a combined coverage of 50 million people. The network’s broadcast service stretches across the United States from California to Tennessee, with a focus on the heart of America.
BRN is also heard nationwide on SkyAngel Channel 403, worldwide online at bottradionetwork.com and on mobile devices via free apps for iPhone, iPad and Android users.
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