OVERLAND PARK, Kansas, March 1st, 2005 — Bott Radio Network (BRN) is pleased to announce the expansion of its service to Omaha with a new broadcast signal at 92.7 FM. The signal began broadcasting 24 hours a day, seven days a week on Friday, February 4, 2005. In addition, BRN recently added service in Fremont with a new signal at 102.9 FM.
The addition of 92.7 FM Omaha and 102.9 FM Fremont extends the coverage from Bott Radio Network’s station serving Lincoln at 88.5 FM. BRN previously introduced a new 100,000-watt signal in March 2004 at 104.5 FM serving south central Nebraska. In the near future, Bott Radio Network plans to cover 80 percent of the population of Nebraska, from Omaha to Ogallala.
The Federal Communications Commission has already granted permission for Bott Radio Network to build 13 new facilities in communities such as Grand Island, Hastings, and Kearney. BRN plans to get 11 new signals on the air in Nebraska in the upcoming year. According to Bott Radio Network President, Dick Bott, “The service into Omaha and Fremont is a key part of our vision to expand Bott Radio Network’s coverage across the state of Nebraska.”
Broadcasting 24 hours a day, Bott Radio Network Nebraska features America’s finest Bible teaching and Christian news and information programs that help people grow in the Lord and apply their faith in their daily lives. With headquarters in Kansas City, Bott Radio Network is a national leader in Christian broadcasting with more than 42 years of service.
Bott Radio Network operates 25 stations in eight states, serving 22 markets. With a population of more than 18 million people living within Bott Radio Network’s coverage, it is the largest Christian radio network in the Midwest . . . and one of the largest in the nation.
For more information, call Bott Radio Network at (913) 642-7770