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CityRancho Simi, California
Broadcast areathe Americas & the Caribbean
SloganThis is the VOICE OF HOPE - Latin America Service
First air dateNov. 1986
FormatChristian radio
Callsign meaningK Voice Of Hope
OwnerStrategic Communications Group
John D. Tayloe, President and Founder

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 better known as the VOICE OF HOPE was founded in 1986 by George Otis and broadcast in Spanish and English. 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 9,975 kHz during Western Hemisphere evenings and 17,775 kHz during Western Hemisphere daytime.

Today KVOH (VOICE OF HOPE - AMERICAS) is owned and operated by STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS GROUP. John and Heather Tayloe, Otis son-in-law and daughter, carry the VOICE OF HOPE vision forward.

STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS GROUP radio stations include: °VOICE OF HOPE - ISRAEL/MIDDLE EAST (AM 1287) broadcasting from the Sea of Galilee into Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Cyprus and Israel (2017) °VOICE OF HOPE - AFRICA (Lusaka Zambia) with coverage via shortwave to over 75% of Africa. (2015)

VOICE OF HOPE radio stations are also live-streamed on voiceofhope.com

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