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TWR’s U.S-based Hispanic Ministry team has developed several new programs for distribution within the United States.

Venezuelan natives Annabel Torrealba and Maria Burton voice programs geared for Hispanic immigrant women. Under the auspices of TWR, Torrealba and Burton produce a daily five-minute broadcast and a weekly 15-minute program.

“Both programs are available on TWR360 and are being distributed to more than 25 stations throughout the country,” said U.S. Director of Hispanic Ministry Jim Munger. “We plan to continue distributing programs to even more stations around the United States.”

Pictured above in Studio One, Cary, is Maria Burton.