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Could be! There are EWTN Radio stations from coast to coast in America. The easiest way to find out is to go here: www.ewtn.com/radio/amfm.asp.
This list is updated monthly with new affiliate stations, including contact information and local websites.
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That would take someone in your area (perhaps you) to start one! All EWTN Radio Affiliate stations are independently owned and operated. EWTN Radio provides programming to them free, but we don’t own them.
Some programs are the same on radio and TV… like the Daily Mass and evening programs like Life on the Rock and The World Over. EWTN Radio also covers a number of live events with EWTN Television, like the March for Life and special events involving the Holy Father. However, from 6am to Midnight (Eastern), our programming is 84% radio-exclusive, including great programs like EWTN Open Line, Catholic Answers Live and the Son Rise Morning Show!
Not currently. EWTN Radio is available on Sirius, but not the XM platform of Sirius XM Satellite Radio. If you’d like to hear EWTN on XM, write to: www.xmradio.com/emailus.
Go to the EWTN Radio home page: www.ewtn.com/radio. Look for the big box in the upper right corner. Click on it and you should start hearing EWTN Radio within seconds.
In many cases, yes. Programs that EWTN produces like The Journey Home and EWTN Open Line are available as podcasts shortly after airing on EWTN Radio. Programs produced by others (like Catholic Answers and the Doctor is In) are available directly from them.
For a list of our podcasts, go to www.ewtn.com/podcast.
Some programs are available from the EWTN Religious Catalogue: http://www.ewtnreligiouscatalogue.com/. Others like Catholic Answers or Women of Grace are available directly from the program provider. If you’re not sure where to go, send us an e-mail: email@example.com.
EWTN Radio’s program schedule can be found at: www.ewtn.com/radio/schedule.htm.
Some parts of the United States and Canada can hear EWTN Radio on shortwave, others cannot. For more information, go to www.ewtn.com/radio/freq-pop.htm. For a list of EWTN shortwave frequencies, go to www.ewtn.com/radio/freq.htm.
Many of the EWTN Radio family of affiliate stations “time-shift” certain EWTN Radio programs in order to reach more listeners in their respective time zones with particular shows, as well as offering some of their own local content. These are the reasons why EWTN’s national Network radio schedule (used in monthly mailing) many times differ from your local EWTN Catholic Radio affiliate.
Currently, religious programming is not available on AM or FM due to government rules and regulations. You can hear EWTN Radio on Sirius in Canada, and by listening online.
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