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KCVW(FM) Gets Power Increase

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

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.�

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.�