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Bott Radio Network Expands in Oklahoma, Texas

Rich BottBott Radio Network (BRN) recently expanded its coverage in Oklahoma and Texas through some major power increases and the launch of a new FM radio station.

In Oklahoma, BRN launched 93.7 FM in Bartlesville and expanded the signal of 95.7 FM in Edmond, which is now simulcasting 800 AM throughout the Oklahoma City area.

“Bott Radio Network is building on its 38-year legacy of service in Oklahoma with the addition of 93.7 FM in Bartlesville and the expansion of Edmond 95.7 FM,” said Rich Bott, BRN President and CEO.

“The launch of this new full power signal in Bartlesville at 93.7 and the expanded Edmond 95.7 signal shows BRN’s commitment to reach families in Oklahoma with quality Christian Talk Radio programming,” added General Manager Paul Sublett, who has served BRN’s Oklahoma radio station for nearly 30 years.

Meanwhile, in Texas, BRN announced a major power increase at KTAA (90.7 FM) in the Longview-Tyler area. With seven times more power and 50,000 watts of effective coverage, 90.7 FM can be heard in more places than ever before and with greater strength in Longview and Tyler. BRN’s Christian Talk Radio programming is now reaching more than half a million people 24 hours a day in Longview, Tyler, and East Texas.

“BRN’s expansion into Texas in 2006 enabled listeners to both grow in their faith and to know what’s happening in the world around them,” commented Bott. “Now with over half a million people in its coverage area, Bott Radio Network 90.7 FM will reach even more people with the power of God’s Word.”

Since its founding in 1962, BRN has grown from one radio station to more than 95 radio stations reaching into 15 states with a combined coverage of 51 million people. Additionally, BRN can be heard at BottRadioNetwork.com, on mobile devices with BRN apps, on iHeart Radio, on iTunes, and on TuneIn Radio. BRN also connects with listeners on Facebook and Twitter.

BRN’s corporate office is located in Overland Park, KS.

Published: July 10, 2014

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