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‘American Family News’ Now Delivered on Amb-OS

Monday, January 11, 2016 @ 3:03 PM

TUPELO, Miss.—To start out the new year, the “American Family News” program will be now distributed through Amb-OS, a satellite-ftp delivery system that makes 15,000 hours of Christian programming available to stations around the world. 

“American Family News” is part of the family of programming from American Family Radio (AFR,, a division of American Family Association (AFA, Since 1977, AFR has served Christian listeners, when AFA founder Don Wildmon first realized that Christians could no longer trust the secular media for their news and launched the radio network.

“From the beginning, the mission of the team of AFR journalists has been to provide listeners with a Christian perspective on the important issues of our day and to motivate those listeners to become active in the battle for biblical truth,” said AFR Radio Operations Manager Jim Stanley. “A growing number of Christians across the country now regard ‘American Family News’ as their trusted news source.”

“American Family News” provides hourly top-of-the-hour news broadcasts on Monday through Friday, as well as “American Family News Week in Review” reports for weekends.

For questions about “American Family News” or to become an affiliate, contact Jim Stanley at (662) 844-8888, ext. 375 or

American Family Radio is a listener-supported broadcast ministry of the American Family Association. AFR exists to be a voice for AFA to help motivate and equip individuals to restore American culture to its moral foundations. AFR does this in a variety of ways, with both its music/teaching format, as well as Christian conservative talk. AFR also hopes to educate listeners with news and issues of the day, but more importantly convey the truth of Christ through clear presentations of the Gospel.


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