Now You Can Listen To The KingDude On Shortwave Radio

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30 January, 2021

The CRUSADE Channel has just added another string to its already existing radio bow!

From February 2021 the CRUSADE Channel will be broadcasting via shortwave radio across North America and beyond.

Beginning each week day morning from 8am-9am Eastern, the internationally syndicated Mike Church Show takes to the air on the shortwave broadcast frequency: 5850 kHz.

This is but the first stage in an ambitious plan to make CRUSADE Channel heard across the airwaves on one of radio’s oldest and most robust forms of transmission.

Announcing this new phase, CRUSADE Channel CEO, Mike Church said:

“In this new epoch of diabolical government and increasingly ‘private’ monopoly control of broadcasting mediums, to say nothing of the worrying creeping censorship, we remain committed to defending the Good, True and Beautiful – whether that be in the political and cultural spheres, or, even more importantly, in the realm of the family.”

Church continued: “Let’s not forget that during the Second World War and the subsequent horrors behind the Iron Curtain, it was talk-radio patriots, utilizing shortwave radio that kept the hopes of hundreds of millions of people alive. God willing, the CRUSADE Channel and its dedicated team of broadcast professionals will step up to the mark in this current crisis both here in the United States and across the world in the face of an elitist led ‘Great Reset’.

“So our latest initiative has the CRUSADE Channel leading the way in cutting edge media strategies for those of us seeking to live out our vocation in the noble – and much needed -field of communications today.”

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Host of the Mike Church Show on The Veritas Radio Network's CRUSADE Channel & Founder of the Veritas Radio Network. Formerly, of Sirius/XM's Patriot channel 125. The show began in March of 2003 exclusively on Sirius and remains "the longest running radio talk show in satellite radio history".

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