About LSM Radio
On June 11, 1994, the Little Samaritan Mission opened the first radio station in Chisinau, Moldova broadcasting 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Twelve more stations were added in Moldova and uplinked to satellite creating a network of 13 stations covering the entire country of Moldova and even parts of Ukraine and eastern Romania. LSM radio also streams live on the internet for worldwide listeners.
Moldova, located in Eastern Europe has a population of over 4 million people.
The Little Samaritan Mission radio network of 13 stations covers the entire country of Moldova, parts of Ukraine, and eastern Romania bringing hope through the Good News of Jesus Christ. Institutions such as prisons, hospitals, orphanages and even schools receive the radio signal and retransmit it through a P.A. speaker system inside their buildings. Thousands of others, listen at home and at work nourishing their lives with Christian principles for living. Radio waves can reach a lonely and forgotten elderly providing encouragement and hope or a young college student searching for the truth among a tumult of ideologies. For this purpose, LSM opened the first Christian radio station in the country of Moldova in 1994 and today, it continues to be the only Christian radio network in Moldova. Since approximately 13 % of the population is Russian, LSM also airs programs in the Russian language. The listener base of LSM radio encompasses a diverse group of individuals: young children, students, intellectuals, political figures, young parents, elderly, Christians and non-Christians. LSM radio offers programming which meets the spiritual needs of the people of Moldova by broadcasting inspirational and educational programs commercial-free 24 hours a day.
MOLDOVA-LSM RADIO COVERAGE AREA: over 6 million (all of Moldova, parts of Ukraine and eastern Romania).
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