Finding compelling content for stories everyone’s talking about may be hard to find. Earthquakes in Nepal, Islamic State oppression of Christians in the Middle East or tornadoes racing across Middle America are stories your listeners want to know about it.
Wouldn’t it be great if your station was able to tell your listeners how they could make a difference by praying, giving or going?
Mission Network News is your answer. We provide at least four stories Monday – Friday that give you a glimpse into our world, but with a twist — how is God using it to changes lives.
While Mission Network News hopes you will air one of our complete newscasts (1 minute, 2 minute or 4.5 minute), we’re making available all of our radio scripts, actualities (sound bites), and full-length interviews for your morning and afternoon drive times.
Music radio stations like 91.3 WCSG in Grand Rapids, Michigan uses both. It’s about compelling content. What could be more compelling than stories of God at work around the world and the need for Christians to be involved in it.
If you’d like to use Mission Network News there are only a couple of things we suggest:
1. Consider airing one of the MNN newscasts. Sign up here: https://www.mnnonline.org/radio-stations/add-your-station/
2. Make sure you give us credit when you use one of our stories (according to MissionNetworkNews.org-required)
Feel free to rewrite the material (written in a Word document) to make it sound like your own copy.
Also, if you would like our team to join you live to talk about current events in the news each day, please give us a call (800) 995-4828. If it’s an emergency, call (616) 648-0062. We can join you on short notice.
Sign up is easy. Just fill out the information. Once it’s submitted, one of our staff members will review it. Give us at least one business day to respond.
If you have any questions, call 800-284-9361 (U.S. and Canada) or +1(616) 942-0720. Or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In His grip,
Greg Yoder, Anchor & Operations Director
Mission Network News
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