Basic Radio Station Information
City of License:
American Family Association
KBNV is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 90.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Fayetteville, AR and is part of that radio market. The station airs religious programming. KBNV is owned by American Family Association.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Altrusa of Fayetteville will host a 22 annual "Trade-a-Book", April 5, 10am-4pm, NWA Mall. CHILDREN --- you can bring in any old book(s) and exchange for a new book(s). Our goal is for every child have a book(s) at home. If you do not have a book, allow us the honor of giving you your first book to begin to build your home library. Bring one of your favorites from home and one of our storytellers will read it to you.
Rosemary Rogers, email: AltrusaFayetteville@cox.net, 479-790-0845
By: Rosemary Rogers on March 22, 2014
Would your station be open to doing some mentions and a few pair of giveaways for the upcoming Natalie Grant concert in Rogers at Rogers First Church of the Nazerenne
By: David on April 14, 2015
News Release-4/25/15 For Release: April 20th- April 25th
Contact: Marc McCutcheon, Community Relations Officer
Johnson Police Department
The City of Johnson is participating in the Arkansas Prescription Drug Take Back state wide event on Saturday, April 25, 2015. This is an effort to reduce misuse and abuse of prescription drugs obtained by teenagers from their parents’ medicine cabinets. By ridding their medicine cabinets of unwanted medications, Arkansans have destroyed over 62 tons of pills over the past three years. This contributed to a significant reduction in the rate of Arkansas youth prescription abuse. Drop-off is completely anonymous and no questions will be asked.
The Johnson Police Department is encouraging area residents to drive down prescription drug abuse in Arkansas by taking a few minutes to bring their unneeded medications to our drop-off location for disposal. The event will take place on Saturday, April 25th from 10:00am to 2:00pm. The drop off location will be in the back parking lot behind Johnson City Hall (2904 Main Drive). Any mention of this effort would be greatly appreciated.
Community Relations Officer, Johnson, AR
By: Marc McCutcheon on April 22, 2015
$250,000 needed to build and furnish our transitional housing units in Fayetteville, Arkansas for Disabled
Veterans in immediate need.
PTSD, war injuries, rehabilitation, and job training takes an enormous emotional and financial toll on our Military Veterans and their families. We need every state to have full service motels and transitional living facilities located near VA Hospitals. These need to be free to our disabled Veterans while they are going through physical and emotional transitions. Offering other services such as housekeeping, meals, job training/ job placement, AA/NA meetings, transportation, and more while in a supportive environment. Our goal is to have every Veteran remain successful and productive and to increase their self esteem, by helping them overcome the obstacle that are unique to United States Military Veterans. Please donate at our website www.veteransmotel.org Call Kimberly at 479-802-4757 ext. 102 for volunteer opportunities.
By: Kimberly Toovey on May 6, 2015
90.1 has been off air all day in Pea Ridge through Lowell - why did you stop broadcasting?
By: Sandi Frantz on March 23, 2018
Has been off air since Friday. Is this temporary?
By: Robert Harmon on March 24, 2018
I would like to submit a public service announcement, if that is possible.
Let me know through the email provided and i will respond accordingly.
By: George Darryl Harris on August 1, 2018
Why have you been off for the last days? I love this station and truly miss the messages and encouragement. I do hope that this is temporary.
By: Janis Everett on May 31, 2019
I second the previous email! What is going on, seems like your signal is now over-powerred by a classical station? Or just some other reason for almost no signal strength in Rogers (72756) Arkansas?
By: Mark Eckert on September 9, 2019
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