KCVW(FM) Gets Power Increase

BRN’s Wichita station now has 100,000 watts of power
Publish date:

OVERLAND PARK, Kan.�Bott Radio Network�s Wichita, Kan., station got a boost last week. KCVW(FM) now broadcasts with 100,000 watts of power from a 1,000 foot tower, BRN has announced.�

Image placeholder title

Bott Radio Network began serving the Wichita area in 1997 with 50,000 watts of power, and with this increase the station now provides city grade coverage to 500,000 more people. ��

�We are excited about reaching more people with God�s Word in Kansas and around the world,� said BRN President and CEO Rich Bott. �This tremendous power increase to 100,000 watts is a wonderful step forward.�

Bott Radio Network serves Wichita and south central Kansas at KJRG(AM) and KCVW(FM) and has 21 total stations across the state of Kansas. The media company has a presence in 15 states.�