The creative team at Whistling Frog Productions in Bradford, U.K., was recognized twice for inspiring segments that aired on radio stations across Britain, including a program coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.
Dr. Claudia Avila is the new Director of Health of Ecuador’s Pastaza province after a swearing-in ceremony Friday, Oct. 5, with Ecuador’s Health Minister, Carina Vance, in the provincial capital of Puyo.
In one recent month, Antonio Torres at Radio Station HCJB in Quito counseled 77 individuals in person and another 65 via telephone. Of these, nine people, ranging in age from 30 to 56 years, received Christ. In addition, he prayed with 52 callers who had urgent prayer requests.
A door closed when the Brazilian government denied broadcasting licenses to Ticuna believers in the Amazon, but an opportunity has opened with the advent of solar-powered, digital audio players. Some will go to Brazil's river people.
Sixteen radio station managers from across Indonesia recently attended the second installment of the two-part Global Voice Institute offered by HCJB Global Sept. 20-25. They are now back in their hometowns, putting their learning to practical use on the airwaves.
HCJB Global engineers recently helped set up a demonstration of DRM (digital radio) technology in Quito as Ecuador's telecommunications officials consider adopting this as the country's digital broadcasting standard.
A webinar—a seminar on the web—is the latest innovation to teach radio. At HCJB Global in Quito, Ecuador, missionaries Larry Castro and Allen Graham are using webinars to serve radio stations primarily in Latin America via Hagamos Radio (Let’s Do Radio).
Graduates of the Christian Center of Communications/Northwestern College in Ecuador were challenged with the professional standard of seeking truth as journalists, and then telling it straight.
Broadcasts from Beyond FM, a partner station in the remote Ghanaian town of Nkwanta, officially began this summer. The broadcasts cover about seven districts in the Volta region, each with a population of more than 100,000, and can also be heard in parts of neighboring Togo.