Industry News Bits 2-1-19

Published On February 1, 2019 » 83 Views» Industry News, Uncategorized

Welcome to a brand new month… hopefully warmer temps are on the way… Here’s the latest…


KAXL/Bakersfield (Life 88.3) is off the air due to transmitter failure. KAXL morning host Jon Engan says, “The transmitter age has been dogging us for the past couple of years and now, just days before the banquet to help raise funds for a new location and a new transmitter it dies. I love the fact that Satan dislikes this work so much that he has to pull a stunt like this. This is our 25th year in Bakersfield and by God’s grace we are ready to give it 25 more!” HisAir.Net is asking the Christian Radio & Records community to pray that necessary funds come in soon for the transition to a new transmitter. KAXL continues to stream live on its website. 


While North Korea continues to bar missionaries from entering the country, the Gospel is being carried across the border through the radio airwaves. Check out this interesting story from Christian Today. Read the story here.


KNVE/Tyler is calling on East Texans to help make this Valentine’s Day one that many people won’t soon forget. Check out the the feature story aired on KLTV TV here.


Moody Radio celebrates Black History Month by providing a series of short features that highlight people or events that have shaped American history. By looking back and highlighting these moments, you will be inspired, enriched and encouraged in your faith walk to make history for God’s kingdom. The 2-minute daily features and web graphics will be available by Jan. 29, 2019


Time to grab your Valentine Tool Kit from Ambassador. Go here for the free download.


The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) will present the Spirit of Broadcasting Award to veteran radio industry reporter Tom Taylor during the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas. Taylor will accept the award on Monday, April 8 at the NAB Show Opening. Tom Taylor recently retired after a three-decade career covering radio. His journalism career included stints as editor of the daily Tom Taylor NOW e-publication newsletter, launched in November 2012. 


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