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Bott Radio Network boosts power at Fort Smith, Ark., station

Kansas Citians traveling to the Ozarks have a new option to listen to their favorite Bible teachers. Overland Park-based Bott Radio Network has increased the power of 88.9 FM in Fort Smith, Ark., from 1,400 to watts to 20,000 watts.

“We are excited about this opportunity to reach more families across Fort Smith and the River Valley with God’s Word, 24 hours a day,” said Rich Bott, chairman and CEO. “This tremendous power increase at 88.9 FM is another step forward to serve families and change lives with quality Bible teaching, Christian news and Information.”

Bott Radio Network began serving families in northwest Arkansas in Fayetteville at 89.3 FM. Today, it also serves Arkansas families with signals in Eureka Springs at 95.3 FM, Jonesboro at 91.1 FM, Walnut Ridge at 88.9 FM and West Memphis at 90.5 FM. In addition, the network serves the eastern half of Arkansas from Memphis with their 50,000-watt superstation at AM 640.

The Northwest Arkansas service is under the leadership of regional manager Monna Stafford. “This much more powerful station at 88.9 FM will be a blessing to many in Fort Smith and the River Valley, where even more people will hear quality Christian talk radio,” Stafford said. “I’m excited about how this will benefit families and our local business sponsors,”

Since its founding in 1962, Bott Radio Network has grown from one radio station in Kansas City to become a world leader in quality Christian talk radio with 120 radio stations reaching into 15 states with a combined coverage of 60 million people. BRN’s quality Christian programs can be heard 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, Amazon Echo, iTunes, TuneIn Radio, Roku and Apple TV. Bott Radio Network also connects with listeners on Facebook and Twitter.

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