ACROSS NATIONS Radio is a network of radio stations serving the Navajo - Hopi and Zuni Nations.
We are equipping people to exalt Jesus, encounter His goodness, and extend His Kingdom - ACROSS NATIONS!
Our Christian Radio Network is provides critical Public Service information, inspirational programming, gospel and worship music, encouragement and sports broadcasting across several beautiful Native American Nations.
Our radio stations, KHAC 880 AM, KWIM 104.9 FM, and KTBA 760 AM, and 95.3 FM.
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We are a bi-lingual Radio Network
Our radio stations offer commercial advertising which can be a huge boost to your business or project!
Across Nations Broadcasting – in accordance with Federal law and guidelines – does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include,but are not limited to selling and/or providing airtime for advertisements, sponsorships, public service announcements, paid programs, and any other on-air content and provision of on-air services. We believe the Bible is Gods authoritative document on standards for our God given moral code.
Across Nations (formerly Western Indian Ministries) began in 1937 with the efforts of Rev. Howard A. Clark, Sr., and a group of dedicated Navajo Christians: Jake Morgan, Tseehee Notah, Daniel Taylor, etc. who saw the need for assisting and providing quality community and faith-based programs to encourage and equip Navajo leaders, provide community service programs, and raise a Native Christian Church.
These vision driven people purchased land in Tse Bonito, NM, in 1945 – They began producing a very popular radio program in Navajo on KGAK radio station in Gallup, New Mexico, which expanded to stations in Flagstaff, Holbrook, and Winslow, Arizona.
In 1967 –KHAC-AM went on the air with public service programs, news, bible teaching and Navajo music with 1,000 watts of power. In 1980 – KTBA-AM went on the air in Tuba City. KWIM-FM went on the air in Window Rock in 1995 to give a predominantly contemporary music –oriented programming to complement the teaching ministries of KHAC. A new FM translator 95.3 went on the air in Tuba City in December 2020.
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