KBVA Article

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City Bella Vista, Arkansas
Broadcast areaFayetteville (Northwest Arkansas)
Branding"Lite 106.5"
SloganThe Best Variety of Timeless Classics
Frequency106.5 MHz
Format Easy Listening
ERP37,000 watts
HAAT173 meters
Facility ID23365
Transmitter coordinates 36°18′21.00″N 94°27′29.00″W / 36.3058333°N 94.4580556°W / 36.3058333; -94.4580556
OwnerHog Radio, Inc.
Website lite1065.com

KBVA (106.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an Easy Listening Variety format with a mix of adult standards, country and adult contemporary hits. Licensed to Bella Vista, Arkansas, United States, it serves the Fayetteville (Northwest Arkansas) area. The station is currently owned by Hog Radio, Inc.

The station's previous owner was Gayla Joy Hendren McKenzie, the daughter of Republican politician Kim Hendren and the sister of current state Senator Jim Hendren. The station carried political advertising for Kim Hendren's unsuccessful bid in 2010 for the United States Senate. McKenzie sold KBVA to Hog Radio effective July 31, 2017 for $1.15 million, who rebranded the station from "Variety 106.5" to "Lite 106.5".

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