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November 18, 2011—TWR President Lauren Libby and other staff hosted a live dedication today of TWR's two upgraded 250,000-watt digital-capable Thompson transmitters on the pacific island of Guam. The advancement gives TWR the ability to cover much of the spiritually needy region, including China and southeast Asia, with a robust, quality signal. 

“This gives TWR the opportunity to touch even more lives with the good news of Jesus Christ,” said TWR President Lauren Libby. “We thank God for the privilege of increasing our spiritual footprint in Asia.”

In addition to a live stream over, the dedication broadcast was carried on KTIS-AM, Moody Radio and KCBI-FM and its sister stations. 

Listen to the broadcast now.

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