KTWG (801 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a religious radio format. Licensed to Hagåtña, Guam, United States, it serves Guam and Marianas Islands. The station is currently owned by Edward H. Poppe, Jr. and Frances W. Poppe, and is managed by Leilani Dahilig. The station's studio are located in Piti.
While the station broadcasts at 801 kHz, many American radios, especially the digital readout variety, were capable of tuning in AM stations in 10 kHz increments only. Therefore, in the station's marketing, the nearest frequency, "800", is used instead. Stations in Guam fall within the jurisdiction of the Geneva Frequency Plan of 1975, instead of the North American Regional Broadcasting Agreement, whose coverage includes the US mainland.