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Bott Radio Network Now Available on iHeartRadio

Rich BottBott Radio Network (BRN) is now available on the iHeartRadio platform, offering a comprehensive, fully integrated digital listening service for BRN listeners.

"We're delighted to expand the reach of our programming to serve an ever-expanding audience with this new, incredibly large and diverse digital platform," said Rich Bott, President and CEO of Bott Radio Network and Chairman of NRB’s Board of Directors. "Clearly iHeartRadio is the dominant provider in this new digital arena and we are pleased to present our format on this platform."

As the industry-leading digital radio service, iHeartRadio delivers much of what listeners want in one free, fully-integrated service: instant access to more than 1,500 of the nation's most popular live broadcast and digital-only radio stations from 150 cities, plus user-created custom stations inspired by favorite artists and songs.

iHeartRadio also offers listeners a new "Perfect For" feature that allows users to choose from thousands of curated stations based on a range of moods and activities.

"We are excited to provide a broadcast-friendly platform for Bott Radio Network and a fully integrated digital listening experience for their listeners," commented Brian Lakamp, President of Digital for Clear Channel Media and Entertainment, which owns iHeartRadio. "Adding Bott Radio Network to iHeartRadio offers our listeners an even more diverse listening experience."

While BRN will continue to stream its Quality Christian Talk Radio format at www.bottradionetwork.com, its 93 stations will be promoting iHeartRadio on-air.

Currently, iHeartRadio is available as a free application across multiple platforms including web, mobile, tablets, automotive, television, gaming consoles, and more.

Notably, iHeartRadio reached 20 million registered users faster than any digital service in Internet history.

PHOTO ABOVE: Rich Bott, President and CEO of Bott Radio Network and Chairman of NRB’s Board of Directors.

Published: June 6, 2013

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