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Guadalupe Radio Network

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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 August 2010, it included fourteen radio stations in the United States.[2] [3]

HistoryEdit

The Guadalupe Radio Network began in the year 2000 with the station KLPF-AM, in Midland, Texas.[2] By 2010, it included fourteen radio stations in Texas, New Mexico, and the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.[2]

Radio stationsEdit

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]

ProgrammingEdit

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".[7] Some individual GRN radio stations also include local religious programming, as well as diocesan programming.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Guadalupe Radio Network" is a business name of La Promesa Foundation, according to "GRN Privacy Policy" (PDF), Guadalupe Radio Network, retrieved 2010-08-22.
  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 2010-08-22. The two lists do not completely match; the first does not include KWMF.
  5. ^ "GRN English Schedule", 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. Retrieved 2010-08-21.
  7. ^ "GRN Shows", Guadalupe Radio Network, retrieved 2010-08-22.

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