Trans World Radio
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|Type||Evangelical Media Distributor|
|160 Countries 225 Languages & Dialects|
|Lauren Libby, President of TWR|
|Slogan||Reaching the world for Christ by mass media so that lasting fruit is produced|
Trans World Radio (TWR) is a multinational evangelical Christian media distributor. The largest Christian media organization in the world, it uses mediumwave or high-powered AM and shortwave transmitters, local FM radio stations, cable, satellite, Internet, and mobile device technologies. Currently, their programs can be heard in 160 countries in more than 230 languages and dialects.
TWR started in 1952, when Paul Freed set up the organization to reach Spain by broadcasting from Morocco. Later, TWR moved to Monaco. Other major transmitting sites include Guam, Bonaire, Sri Lanka, Cyprus, and Swaziland. The Federal Communications Commission has assigned the call letters KTWR to the Guam transmitter site.
- Freed, Paul E. (1979). Towers to Eternity, Nashville, Sceptre Books. ISBN 0-8407-5709-3