KSBJ Expands Coverage To Reach 7 Million

HOUSTON (Covering Katy News) – Christian radio station KSBJ is expanding its coverage area to include Livingston at 92.3 FM and Beaumont at 99.9 FM. The popular station will now reaching 7 million people.

“These two additional signals are such an important addition to KSBJ because we are driven to spread life-altering Hope to this entire southeast corner of Texas,” shares Joe Paulo, President and CEO of KSBJ. “Not only do these acquisitions allow us to regain some areas previously served by our primary 89.3 signal, but they extend KSBJ’s footprint significantly. We’re so grateful for the many generous donors who made this possible. We have a shared vision to see God draw more people closer to Himself and He’s using KSBJ to do that very thing.”

In March of 2019, KSBJ moved its antenna than 30 miles southwest to increase its coverage area, but the move decreased its ability to be heard in the Beaumont, Huntsville and Livingston areas.

“While we celebrated the new portions of Houston that are now receiving a stronger and clearer 89.3 KSBJ, we also worked behind the scenes to restore coverage to those areas,” said a statement from the FM radio station.

As of July 2, KSBJ can be heard on 89.3 (North/East Houston), 96.9 (South/West Houston), 99.9 (Beaumont/Liberty), 92.3 (Livingston), 92.5 (Navasota/College Station), 89.7 (Brenham), and 99.9 (Victoria).

With the Beaumont and Livingston additions, the KSBJ footprint has grown 46%, increasing its reach from 4.8 million to 7 million people.

 

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