Salem’s The Fish Stations in Los Angeles and Sacramento Add Brant Hansen

LA’s KFSH 95.9 The Fish has added The Brant Hansen show to its lineup.

Sacramento’s Fish, KKFS, is also adding the show. PD Max Miller said, “Like a lot of people around here, I fell in love with Brant and Sherri when they were on Air1. It’s an honor to add their show to The Fish.”

Christian FM’s Paul Tipton added, “Brant and Sherri continue to generate Christian radio’s most passionate fan base. The stations that own Brant in their markets have seen significant gains in audience. We’re thrilled to be able to work with Salem and bring Brant to these two great Fish stations.”

On both stations, The Brant Hansen show is replacing Delilah.

The Brant Hansen Show is currently heard on many of America’s finest Christian stations, including WAY-FM, WAKW, WRBS, KSGN, WONU, KDUV, WORD-FM, and WLAB…over 200 stations nationwide. Sponsored by CURE International, and represented by Christian FM Media, you can get Brant for YOUR station by contacting Paul Tipton. or check out

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