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Bott Radio Network Launches New Radio Station in Poplar Bluff, Missouri at 91.7 FM

by Staff
April 20, 2010
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan., ( -- A brand new radio station hit the airwaves in Poplar Bluff, Missouri on Monday, April 19th. Listeners can now hear Quality Bible Teaching, Christian News and Information 24 hours a day, on the award- winning Bott Radio Network (BRN) in Poplar Bluff at 91.7 FM. Bott Radio Network also serves the Southeast Missouri area in Cape Girardeau at 103.3 FM, Sikeston at 99.7 FM, Scott City at 92.1 FM, and Oran at 90.5 FM.

BRN President/CEO Rich Bott noted, "For 48 years, Bott Radio Network has served families with Quality Bible Teaching, Christian News and Information. We are excited about expanding our coverage to Poplar Bluff at 91.7 FM. This new radio station will help listeners grow in their faith and keep informed with a Biblical worldview."

In addition to Southeast Missouri, BRN serves the state of Missouri with 37 radio stations, including the cities of St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, Branson, Independence, St. Joseph, Maryville, Kirksville, Richmond, Lexington, Columbia, Jefferson City, Rolla, Cuba, Stover, Cole Camp, Sunrise Beach, Osage Beach, Camdenton, Lebanon, Monett, Neosho, Mt. Vernon, Carthage, Kimberling City, Osceola, Hermitage, Stockton, and Rockaway Beach.

With headquarters in Kansas City, Bott Radio Network is recognized as a national leader in Christian broadcasting. For more than 48 years, Bott Radio Network has featured America's finest Bible teachers and Christian news and information programs to help people grow in the Lord and apply their faith in their daily lives. Bott Radio Network stretches across the United States from California to Tennessee, with a focus on the heart of America.

Bott Radio Network is nationally recognized as a pioneer in Christian talk radio. The company's founder, Richard P. "Dick" Bott, was inducted into the National Religious Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2008. Also, Bott Radio Network was honored to receive the Focus on the Family Network of the Year Award in 2009.

Time magazine listed several of BRN's talk show hosts among the nation's 25 most influential evangelicals, including Billy Graham, Dr. James Dobson, Richard Land, Jay Sekulow, and Chuck Colson. BRN also features broadcasts by Adrian Rogers, Phyllis Schlafly, Chuck Swindoll, June Hunt, Charles Stanley, and many other national Christian leaders.

Founded in 1962, Bott Radio Network currently broadcasts its format of Quality Bible Teaching, Christian News and Information on 82 radio stations, reaching into fifteen states with a combined coverage area of 40 million people. BRN is also heard nationwide on SkyAngel Channel 202, worldwide online at, and on the iPhone and Blackberry. You can find Bott Radio Network on Facebook at and follow them on Twitter at

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