by AWR Staff The last phase of AWR’s upgrade of our shortwave station on Guam is well under way. By late June, the new 229-foot tower should be installed, and the new high-frequency antenna will be powered up, helping the station broadcast programs in more than 30 languages across Asia
by AWR Staff As a student in Panama, Víctor Caballero studied both business and journalism, so after graduation he put his multiple talents to work simultaneously as an accountant, business administrator, social journalist, and radio commentator. He joined the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1977, and his desire was to retire early so he could serve the church as a self-supporting worker.
by Shelley Nolan Freesland Communication Director When Ed Reid retired as stewardship director of the North American Division, he decided to join AWR and work part-time in the area of planned giving. Since 2011, he has crisscrossed North America, sharing his knowledge of stewardship with AWR partners and serving as a resource as they make long-term decisions about their finances. Q: You have written five books on the nearness of Christ’s coming
by Shelley Nolan Freesland AWR Communications Director The Americas Region is a vibrant audience for Adventist World Radio’s programs, with listeners throughout the hemisphere tuning in to AWR’s podcasts and broadcasts from affiliate AM/FM radio stations. To strengthen affiliate partnerships and provide networking opportunities for radio professionals in the region, AWR hosted a symposium in Medellin, Colombia, earlier this month.
Broadcast ‘significant step’ toward impacting country’s major cities Nov 15, 2012 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States Shelley Nolan Freesland/ANN staff An Indian FM station aired the country’s first Seventh-day Adventist radio program this week. Produced by Adventist World Radio, the program was recorded in the Telugu language and aired in the city of Hyderabad in East Central India, where the language is widely spoken. An FM station in Hyderabad recently aired India’s first Adventist radio program
by Shelley Nolan Freesland AWR Communication Director Today [November 12, 2012], a Seventh-day Adventist program was broadcast for the first time on FM radio in India. The program was produced by Adventist World Radio (AWR) in the Telugu language, and was aired on a station in Hyderabad, India. The name of the program is Avennel, which means The Dawn in Telugu