Industry News Bits 7-28-16

Published On July 28, 2016 » 497 Views»

news-iconWDJC/Birmingham is launching it’s 2nd Annual “Props To Cops” campaign, which encourages local businesses to offer free or discounted goods and services to local law enforcement. WDJC will promote these businesses on the air to encourage listeners to support those businesses that support law enforcement.


WLAB/Ft Wayne (Star 88.3) had the opportunity to encourage local law enforcement on their “STAR MUSIC STAGE” at the Three Rivers Festival on Sunday, July 10th. Police officers working the event, along with local police chief, Chief Gary Hamilton, stood together as the STAR team, community leaders, and artists Danny Gokey, Darren Mulligan, and Dave Frey, surrounded them in a prayer of unity. It was a powerful pause in the night to pray for restoration while an audience of 3,000 people raised their hands to show love and respect to those serving to protect.


TWR says they will upgrade its signal covering Cuba from 100,000 watts to 450,000 watts. The $3.8 million upgrade will enable the network to reach places in Cuba where people have not yet heard the gospel. The broadcast will also be heard in the Caribbean, parts of Latin America and South America.

Cubans have been restricted from learning about God, and local bookstores have been restricted from selling Bibles for more than 50 years


After 24 years in Manassas, Va., and 13 years with its government relations office on Capitol Hill, the National Religious Broadcasters corporate headquarters is now located in Washington, D.C., just a few blocks from the United States Capitol building…


Allison Gaddis-Pottsjoins WFFH/Nashville (94.1 The Fish) as promotions director… 


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