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Signal issues due to construction in Reno

Radio TowerOur station in Reno, NV (KIHM – 920 AM) is having intermittent issues with signal loss due to ongoing construction in the area. The good news is that we will be moving KIHM into a new facility over the next 3-4 months. This construction is to make way for a new road in the Reno Area. The bad news is that during construction, we may experience outages due to the construction interfering with our signals, internet and utility power.

We apologize for the inconvenience and are working with the construction company to avoid these issues as much as possible.

San Diego’s Catholic Radio Gets Permission to Upgrade

San Diego’s Catholic Radio Gets Permission to Upgrade

OCEANSIDE — The Oceanside Planning Commission unanimously approved a permit on August 13, for a additional radio tower for KCEO, AM 1000 and a doubling of its broadcast power. The station became part of the Immaculate Heart Radio network in March, and has been broadcasting 24-hour-per-day Catholic programming since.

When taking ownership, Immaculate Heart Radio inherited an FCC permit to improve the broadcast radius of the station, but needed City of Oceanside approval to construct a new tower and remove an old one.Read more

You’re Helping to Change Lives

You’re Helping to Change Lives

It’s a little thing. That monthly check you write to Immaculate Heart Radio. That little check that keeps us operating 24/7, on the air over 28 towers and on the internet.  It’s a little thing, but it changes lives.

A recent article on ncregister.com called Faith Found Via the Airways Christine Smyczynski talks about numerous conversions of faith brought around by not only a local Immaculate Heart Radio station, but other stations around the country as well.  From Stockton CA, to Buffalo NY, people are turning in and learning more about the teachings of the Catholic Church… And they’re coming back!Read more