On the Move From Nebraska to Nashville

Marlin Bohling
Marlin Bohling at home behind the mic.

NAFB Member, Marlin Bohling begin his new assignment last February, moving from KRVN and the Rural Radio Network (Lexington, NE) to RFD-TV and Rural Radio SiriusXM Channel 80 based in Nashville, TN. NAFB President Janet Adkison, formerly in Nashville, moved to Washington, D.C., to launch their agricultural news bureau, which has an office in the United States Department of Agriculture’s Whitten Building.

Marlin Bohling is a national television and radio farm broadcaster for RFD-TV and Rural Radio SiriusXM Channel 80 at their studio operations complex based in Nashville, TN. He is co-anchor of the market update segments on RFD-TV during the live five-hour Market Day Report, which runs from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time each weekday. Also, he hosts several shows each day on sister channel Rural Radio. Previously, Bohling served as Associate Farm Director for KRVN Radio and the Rural Radio Network with operations based in Lexington, NE. Also, he served as Farm Director for the Southern Farm Network (Raleigh, NC) and farm broadcaster for KFRM Radio (Clay Center, KS). Bohling grew up on and managed a diversified family farm operation in northern Kansas. Besides his broadcasting and production agriculture career, he has been heavily involved with agricultural Web programming, podcasting and freelance studio work. Bohling was the 2006 recipient of the prestigious Oscar in Agriculture Award presented at the National Association of Farm Broadcasting convention in Kansas City.