Religious broadcasting on radio

This week three experienced broadcasters reflect on the impact of radio broadcasting that addresses spiritual issues.

In an interview with the Sentinel, Dr. Westy Egmont, a past president of the American Association of Religious Communicators, remarked that his experience has shown that radio is a wonderful way for the shut-in and home-bound—or for those living in remote areas—to stay in touch with the religious community and with their own spiritual values.

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