WHERE DOES THE CONTENT COME FROM?
Cooperating Media Ministries
Media ministries ask us to distribute their programs over our global broadcast network. To further expand their outreach, many also give us their scripts to translate, culturally adapt and record using indigenous producers. These programs account for the majority of our content — nearly 61%. You can find a list of these media partners on the Ministry Partners page.
Programs are developed by TWR in accordance with TWR’s strategic initiatives. Program production is handled by TWR’s in-country partner organizations or integrated ministries. TWR directly develops about 28% of our total volume of content, such as programming for our integrated women's ministry, Women of Hope.
Programs are jointly developed and funded with other mission organizations. Collaborative projects account for roughly 10% of our total content.
HOW IS IT MADE?
Programs are adapted into any of over 300 heart languages and dialects so that the gospel message can not only be heard, but understood.
We integrate social references and speech from each culture to ensure the content’s relevance and accuracy within each region or people group.
Equipped with these culturally-sound translations, we record new or existing programs and content using the language's native speakers.
WHERE DOES IT ALL GO?
Now the content is ready to be distributed to people all over the world in their heart languages. That’s where media comes in! We broadcast audio content through our extensive radio network, harness the power of online video with our integrated ministry TWR MOTION, and make biblical content available anytime, anywhere with mobile apps and our online resource platform, TWR360.
With this gospel content and our global network of partnerships, hope knows no barriers!