Radio Vision des Elus

Radio Vision des Elus:

Nous croyons que le changement, le réveil spirituel que nous aspirons tous passe par un retour à la parole de Dieu, la Parole de la vérité.

For years 1330 was WEVD, named after the Socialist Party leader Eugene V. Debs. However, the story of this frequency dates back to 1926, when WJBV signed on at a frequency of 640kc. WSOM, broadcasting from New York’s Hotel Somerset, took over in early 1927 and beginning June 1, 1927 moved to 1220kc.  In August 1927 the Socialist Party of America purchased WSOM which was transmitting from Woodhaven in the New York City borough of Queens as a means of reaching a mass audience with socialist ideas. Making use of the initials of recently deceased party leader Eugene Victor Debs in its call sign. The station was purchased with a $250,000 radio fund raised by the Socialist Party in its largest fundraising effort of the 1920s and was intended as spreading progressive ideas to a mass audience.

Radio Contact Info:

Address: 1403 Third St. Langdon, ND 58249

Phone: +1 701-256-1080

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