Ebenezer radio was established by a Christian Church organization named El Shalom. The radio did its first broadcast on 15 May 2001. Don Salvador and Elizabeth de Milla are the owners of this station, and they started it. Mrs. Elizabeth took the things like architect and sound departments of radio while Mr. Don Salvador took legal frequency permission to broadcast it.
It started working with the frequency of 90.9 Mhz. This station broadcasts live from La Union, a city in Angola. But it can be listened from anywhere in the world through the internet.
Purpose of Ebenezer Radio:
The purpose behind creating it to promote Christianity, and it realizes people that Jesus Christ is always with you. This station tries to strengthen man’s relation with God. Also, it focuses that Christ loves you. It shows the true love of God for a person.
The Christian station broadcasts Gospel music, News, family shows, weather updates. It focuses on religious beliefs and values. This FM also shares different events and relates them to people’s lives to make them more moralistic.
Slogan: The slogan of 90.9 FM is “We build your senses.”
Programming and Broadcasters:
The 90.9 FM broadcasts from Monday to Sunday. Its programming starts at 5 am and ends at 11 pm. Exequiel Larin joined Ebenezer radio 28 June 2001 and broadcasts from 12 pm to 6 pm. Salma Perdomo joined radio in 2003 and broadcasts its program from 6 am to 12 pm. Jovany Lopez broadcasts from 6 pm to 11 pm. She joined the radio very late but now thinks herself lucky being a member of Christen station. Moris Calix joined radio in 2012. He broadcasts his program on Saturday from 6 am to 12 pm. Edgar Hernandez joined radio in 2015 and broadcasts its program from 6 pm to 11 pm.
Physical Address: Mitcha Main Street, after Minhota Bridge, on the right, La Union Angola
Phone Number: + (244) 947 592 773
International Number: (+757) 295-8977
Numbers to report something: (+503) 2645-8989 (+503) 2645-8990
Whatsapp: +503 7020 5430
Official Website: http://ebnezerradio.org/
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