Xplor The Outdoors Radio Hikes Toward Nationwide Syndication
Phoenix, Arizona –-(Ammoland.com)- Well, it’s official.
Jim and Patti Solomon, the hosts of “Xplor the Outdoors” radio show, one of the few LIVE outdoor shows in the country are setting themselves up for nationwide syndication after 8 years with KDUS AM1060 radio in Phoenix, Arizona. Jim and Patti have moved their shows, “Xplor the Outdoors”, “The Poacher Chronicles”, and “Xplor the Outdoors with Kids” over to the Salem Broadcasting Network .
Beginning March 6th, these great shows will be moving to The Christian Station KPXQ 1360 AM from 6-8 Sunday mornings LIVE with the show broadcast again Sunday evening at 6-8 PM on Intelligent Conservative Talk Radio KKNT 960 AM. Both stations belong to the Salem Broadcast Network which owns over 90 stations around the U.S.
“We want to thank our sponsors for all their support during this move”, Jim explained. Changing logs, recording new commercials and website changes take time and our sponsors have been fantastic . They are as excited about the move as we are”.
Be sure to check their website at www.xplortheoutdoors.com for up to date information.
Now the show will not only be streamed LIVE on this website but also on www.kpxq1360.com and streamed during the rebroadcast from 7-9pm Sunday evenings on www.kknt960.com so everyone everywhere can enjoy the outdoors. In May you will also see the beginning of a weekly newsletter so stay tuned.
“Xplor the Outdoors”, which is short for “Xplor the Outdoors with Jim and Patti Solomon”, has brought you such progressive monthly outdoor, one of a kind, radio shows as “The Poacher Chronicles” which includes 37 state Wildlife Law Enforcement Agencies and 8 Canadian Provinces, “Xplor the Outdoorz Kidz”, the only radio program that’s just about kidz in the outdoorz ages 5-16 and “Go Take a Hike” for the beginning and veteran outdoor enthusiast, can be heard every Sunday morning from 7-9 MST on AM 1060 The Fan and streamed LIVE around the world and archived on www.xplortheoutdoors.com and www.myoutdoortv.com.