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Sat November 2, 2013
The best of Columbia Faith & Values: An audio transition to a new time slot
We've got an exciting transition coming up at Columbia Faith & Values, the religion news website partnered with KBIA.
Some of you have heard our updates on KBIA on Saturday mornings. Since summer 2012, we've had a 3-minute time slot that starts at 8:34, which we've used to bring you feature stories, interviews and more.
Listen to 3 minutes of our favorite soundbytes – the "best of" FAVS:
That time slot has been great, but it's time for us to move forward. Come January, we'll be getting a longer time slot – nearly 8 minutes. Those extra minutes will allow us to go deeper with our stories. We're still working out the final details of exactly when it'll air, but we know right now that it will be every other week, on a weekday. We'll update you as soon as we get the final word on when it'll be.
As we prepare for this new time slot, we'll be taking a couple months off from broadcasts so we can focus on creating a solid foundation of quality content for the new version of our segment.
In the mean time, you may hear us in the occasional KBIA newscast. And as always, you can find the latest religion news and commentary on ColumbiaFAVS.com.
To stay up-to-date on this and other exciting changes, sign up for the ColumbiaFAVS.com newsletter here.