OVERLAND PARK, Kan., August 8, 2016 – Bott Radio Network (BRN) expanded its nationwide Christian Talk Radio network with the addition of three new FM radio signals in Mid-Missouri: 100.9 FM in Columbia, 92.5 FM in Fulton, and 106.5 FM serving St. Robert and Ft. Leonard Wood. These new signals rebroadcast BRN’s powerful 50,000 watt radio station at 89.9 FM from Columbia and Jefferson City, further expanding BRN’s outreach across Mid-Missouri.
Columbia (100.9 FM), Fulton (92.5 FM), and St. Robert / Ft. Leonard Wood (106.5) add to Bott Radio Network’s existing service across Missouri, bringing the total number of BRN stations in Missouri to 46.
“We are excited about this opportunity to reach more people with God’s Word,” said Rich Bott, BRN President and CEO. “The addition of these new signals brings BRN’s number of stations nationwide to 107! This is a wonderful step forward to strengthen families and change lives through Bott Radio Network’s Quality Bible Teaching, Christian News and Information programming.”
The BRN Mid-Missouri Office is located in Rolla, under the leadership of Mid-Missouri Area Manager, Sue Stoltz. “These three new signals in Columbia, Fulton, and St. Robert / Ft. Leonard Wood will be a blessing to many in Mid-Missouri and the surrounding area where even more people can now hear Quality Christian Talk Radio. I’m excited about how this will benefit Mid-Missouri families and our business sponsors,” Stoltz said. For information about business sponsorship opportunities or to request promotional materials to help spread the word, contact Sue at 573-647-6285.
About Bott Radio Network
Since its founding in 1962, Bott Radio Network (BRN) has grown from one radio station to become a world leader in Quality Christian Talk Radio with more than 100 radio stations reaching into 15 states with a combined coverage of 57 million people. BRN’s quality Christian programs can be accessed 24/7 worldwide at BottRadioNetwork.com and on mobile devices with BRN apps for iPhone, iPad and Android. Additionally, BRN can be heard on iHeart Radio, iTunes and TuneIn Radio. Bott Radio Network also connects with listeners on Facebook and Twitter.