World Christian Broadcasting launched its second shortwave station, Madagascar World Voice, on Easter Sunday in late March. The nonprofit organization is based near Nashville, Tenn. Station KNLS launched in 1983.
(Shown: About 100 people gathered at headquarters in Franklin, Tenn., for the event. According to the ministry’s website, a three-way Skype transmission enabled colleagues at the Programming Center in Tennessee and at KNLS in Anchor Point, Alaska, to see what was happening at the new station.)
President/CEO Charles H. Caudill announced the launch. “More than 10 years of planning and work have gone into making Madagascar World Voice a reality,” he said in a statement. “With both our stations, we can now reach most of the world with the Good News.”
WCB said the new Madagascar World Voice airs 13 hours daily in Arabic, African English, International English, Mandarin Chinese, Russian and Spanish. The signals will reach Africa and the Middle East, and most of Europe and South America.
Origen de la Noticia: Radio World: Madagascar World Voice Is New Shortwave Station