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Guadalupe Radio Network

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Guadalupe Radio Network is an American radio network based in Midland, Texas. It is owned by La Promesa Foundation.[1]

The Guadalupe Radio Network provides Catholic religious radio programming to its stations. As of 2016, it included 32 radio stations in the United States.[2][3]

History

The Guadalupe Radio Network began in July 19, 2000 with the station KLPF-AM, in Midland, Texas.[2] By 2016, it included 32 radio stations in Texas, Alabama, Florida, New Mexico, and the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.[2]

Radio stations

The Guadalupe Radio Network broadcasts over the following radio stations in English:[2][4]

It broadcasts over the following radio stations in Spanish:[2][4]

Programming

Guadalupe Radio Network's programming consists primarily of syndicated radio shows. Many of these are produced by the radio arm of Eternal Word Television Network or by Catholic Answers.[3]

Programs include "Catholic Answers Live", "The Son Rise Morning Show", "Catholic Connection" featuring Teresa Tomeo, "Women of Grace", "More 2 Life" featuring Greg and Lisa Popcak, "The Doctor is In" featuring Ray Guarendi, "Kresta in the Afternoon" featuring Al Kresta,[5][6]

GRN also broadcasts a number of shows it produces itself, including "The Good News", "Rise and Walk", "Escuela De La Fe", "Matrimonios En Fe", and "Kerigma". Some individual GRN radio stations also include local religious programming, as well as diocesan programming.

References

  1. ^ "Guadalupe Radio Network" is a business name of La Promesa Foundation, according to "Our History & Mission", Guadalupe Radio Network, retrieved 2019-11-30.
  2. ^ a b c d e "DC Project Plan" (PDF), Guadalupe Radio Network, Summer 2010, retrieved 2010-08-22
  3. ^ a b Juin, Julia (May 4, 2010), "Two Texans start D.C. area's first Catholic station", The Washington Times, Washington, DC, retrieved 2010-08-21
  4. ^ a b "Stations List", Guadalupe Radio Network, retrieved 2019-11-30. The two lists do not completely match; the first does not include KWMF.
  5. ^ "Schedules", Guadalupe Radio Network, retrieved 2010-08-22.
  6. ^ "Guadalupe Radio Network takes over Washington, D.C.'s WMET (1160) Monday". Radio-Info.com. April 28, 2010. Archived from the original on April 4, 2012. Retrieved 2010-08-21.

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