Fidelity Local 6 Revamps Web Site, Now Includes All Regions, More Content

Sullivan, MO, September 8, 2016 (Newswire.com) – A new Fidelity Local 6 web site featuring content from five different regions is now online.
The mobile friendly site, www.fidelitylocal6.com, allows visitors to choose their region for exclusive local content from their area. Regions currently include:

• Central Missouri (Sullivan, Owensville, New Haven MO)
• Missouri Ozarks (Rolla, Lebanon, Salem, West Plains, Thayer MO, Hardy AR)
• Western Missouri (Nevada, Harrisonville, El Dorado Springs MO)
• Central Arkansas (Benton, Bryant, Maumelle AR)
• Eastern Texas (Marshall, Hallsville TX)
“It’s great that all the regions are now represented on our web site,” said Kenny Perzan, Fidelity 6 Operations Manager. “We’ve been wanting to show Arkansas, Texas and Western Missouri for some time.”
Each region page also includes TV listings for the day and access to popular videos, games, locally produced TV shows and community events, as well as a link to the Local 6 blog on the Fidelity Communications web site. Visitors can also purchase DVDs or flash drives of past programs directly on the site.
Fidelity Internet customers also get free streaming of exclusive local content, including game broadcasts of football, basketball, baseball and other sports, along with graduations, concerts, parades and various community events.
Advertisers can connect directly with Fidelity Broadcasting Sales through a PDF questionnaire that helps assess their advertising needs. “We’re trying to make it easy to partner with us,” Perzan said. “We have a lot of different ways to help businesses, big and small, address their advertising needs.”
Perzan encouraged everyone to try out the new site. “We’re excited about all the features and flexibility of content,” he said. “It’s a great new look. Thanks to everyone who helped make it happen.”
Senior Graphic Designer Brady Vassallie, who created the new site, called it “easier to navigate and much more interactive. And with Local 6 moving into new markets, the wider range of localized content is what our customers have been asking for,” he said.
Source: Fidelity Communications