It is estimated that two thirds of the world’s population are able to turn on their radio and hear a Christian broadcast in their own language.
From remote villages to teeming cities, FEBC programs can be heard in Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, SE Asia, China, Japan, Korea, Russia and the Philippines. There are over 90 cities in the world that have local broadcasts on AM or FM bands.
These cities are found in Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Kenya, South Korea, Mongolia, the Philippines, Russia, Seychelles, Thailand, Uganda, Ukraine and Zimbabwe. When it is not possible to have local broadcasts, FEBC reaches remote or politically inaccessible places via shortwave transmissions.
There are three major shortwave transmitter bases owned and operated by FEBC. These are located in the Philippines, Saipan (an island in the Marianas), and in Korea. They provide coverage into the vast Southeast Asian landmass and Indonesia, China, Japan and Russia.
Radio access into the Horn of Africa, the Middle East, India and Central Asian countries is provided by leasing airtime on transmitters. These are located in Russia, St Helena, United Arab Emirates, Armenia, South Africa, Rwanda, Austria, Germany and Uzbekistan.