KVOH

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KVOH
City of license Rancho Simi, California
Broadcast area the Americas & the Caribbean
Branding The Voice of Hope
First air date 1987
Format Christian radio
Callsign meaning K Voice Of Hope
Owner Strategic Communications Group
Website www.kvoh.net

KVOH (The Voice of Hope) is an international shortwave radio station broadcasting from Rancho Simi near Los Angeles, California, United States. It is a Christian radio station with a vision to communicate the gospel of Jesus Christ, and to bring a message of joy and peace that comes from the "God of hope" (Romans 15:13). KVOH was founded by Dr. George K. Otis of High Adventure Ministries, and from 1987-2002 it broadcast in Spanish and English. From 2002-2011 the station operated under the name La Voz de Restauración, broadcasting solely in Spanish. Today it is operated by Strategic Communications Group in accordance with the original vision of Dr. Otis.

The station's broadcast target zones are the Caribbean, Central and South America. Its transmission site is high atop Chatsworth Peak northwest of Los Angeles, from which it broadcasts on its licensed frequencies of 9975 kHz and 17775 kHz.

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