Immaculate Heart Radio
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IHR Educational Broadcasting dba Immaculate Heart Radio operates a network of radio stations in the Western United States, airing Roman Catholic religious programming. The network provides a 24-hour a day schedule consisting of call-in talk shows, interviews and broadcasts of the mass. Hosts on Immaculate Heart Radio periodically ask for financial donations to fund the network and the operation of its stations.
Immaculate Heart Radio’s headquarters are located in Loomis, CA. This location also serves as Immaculate Heart Radio’s main broadcasting studio where programming and production work are done for each of the stations within the network. It has more than 30 stations in California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico. The list includes 930 KHJ Los Angeles, 1260 KSFB San Francisco, 1000 KCEO San Diego and 1310 KIHP Phoenix. The network gets its name from the Catholic devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
In October 2016, Immaculate Heart Radio and another Catholic radio network, Relevant Radio, announced plans to merge operations. Relevant Radio's network is based mostly in the Midwest and Northeast. The merger was consummated on June 30, 2017; all the station licenses were assigned to Immaculate Heart Media, Inc., while the Relevant Radio name became the on-air branding for the network going forward.
- "Relevant Radio And Immaculate Heart To Merge". Radio Ink. October 20, 2016. Retrieved July 9, 2017.
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