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TWR is partnering with Moody Radio stations in three major U.S.-based markets as well as KCBI-FM in Dallas, Texas, to raise funds for TWR’s strategic “Love Asia by Radio” Guam transmitter upgrade project. The Moody Radio stations include: WCRF-FM in Cleveland, Ohio; WKES in Tampa, Florida; and WMBW in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

“This exciting ministry opportunity will allow TWR to broadcast into China even more powerfully, clearly and effectively,” says TWR’s John Summerville, director of radio station partnerships. “We greatly appreciate the partnership of all the missions-minded radio stations.”

Listeners to the stations can tune in tomorrow and Thursday to hear more about the campaign. For more information about the project, click here.