Thursday, May 6, 2010

WMET 1160 AM - A New Catholic Radio Station

Two Texas millionaires are funding the Washington area's first Catholic radio station, which is scheduled to go on the air Wednesday.

WMET 1160 AM, a former multicultural station with transmitter in Gaithersburg, Md., was purchased in February for $4 million by the Dallas-based Huffines Media, owned by land developers Donald and Phillip Huffines.

To read more, go to the Washington Times.



Now, I tried to listen to the station via the internet but was unable to connect.

3 comments:

paul said...

Wonderful News :)

Jan said...

Great station. Love the rosary at 9:00 p.m. as well as Fr. Corapi's show. Finally found a Catholic radio station. Thanks 1160!

Jan

luly said...

I love Catholic Answers, it is an apologetic way as good source to know deeply our faith