Trans World Radio sits down with President, Dr. Alan Cureton
During his recent trip to Guam to participate in the dedication of two new radio transmitters, Northwestern President, Dr. Alan Cureton, sat down with Trans World Radio (TWR) to talk about the partnership between TWR and Northwestern Media.
With purchase of the radio transmitters, media outreach now reaches Indonesia, China, Mongolia and Asia, the South Pacific, Japan and the Philippines, and parts of Southern India and Sri Lanka.
[Excerpt from interview with TWR's magazine Web content editor Katie Burke]
KB: Your listeners back in the U.S. were very responsive to the transmitter replacement campaign. Why do you think this project resonated so well with them?
AC: By increasing the signal strength of the transmitters on Guam, TWR will be able to broadcast a clearer and stronger signal throughout the continents of Asia and Indonesia as they proclaim the Good News. Northwestern Media listeners clearly understood this opportunity. They wanted to make a difference for the Kingdom of God. This project does just that. The new signal power will reach listeners TWR has never reached before this event.