Tuesday, May 11th 2010
Abilene's KFNA-FM Adds Dawson McAllister Live to Weekend Lineup
Contact: Rachel Nelson
LOS ANGELES, May 11, 2010 - KFNA-FM /96.1 Fox News Abilene announced today the addition of Dawson McAllister Live to its weekend lineup. The program now airs Sundays from 9 p.m. to midnight CT.
Dawson McAllister Live is the ultimate reality radio show where McAllister talks with teens and young adults about tough issues. Nationally syndicated by Premiere Radio Networks on approximately 150 stations nationwide, the call-in radio program features real-life discussions about the caller's deepest needs, such as broken families, abuse, depression and addiction. Dawson McAllister Live provides a place on the radio where teens and young adults can be assured they are not alone.
Dawson McAllister stated, "If there was ever a time to reach out to hurting teenagers and young adults, it is now. Radio provides a platform where we can say, 'you are loved and there is hope for your life.'"
KFNA Program Director, Richard Doud said, "After the great response we've received airing Dawson McAllister Live on CHR Channel 9-5-Q (KORQ) Abilene, we decided Dawson's show would also be a perfect fit for our new FM News/Talk station, 96.1 Fox News Abilene, KFNA-FM. Dawson McAllister Live is a great way to serve our community and provide an excellent public service to our listeners."
About Dawson McAllister
McAllister is a gifted youth communicator who has received international recognition for his work. During his career, he has spoken to more than two million teenagers and young adults face to face, and millions more by radio, television and video. His books and youth manuals have sold more than one million copies. In addition to being a graduate of Bethel College in St. Paul, Minn., with completed studies in Talbot Theological Seminary, he also has an honorary doctorate degree from Biola University. He lives in Columbia, Tenn., with his wife Ruth Hill. They have two sons, Fulton and Gene McAllister.