Redeemer Broadcasting News

Help Redeemer improve our signal in the Hudson Valley


Friday, June 23rd, 2017

Just today we had a call from a listener explaining that as she drives south from the area of our 101.1 Catskill/Hudson coverage, that she loses the signal.  This can be remedied. 

Please help us improve our signal in the Mid-Hudson Valley.

If you live in the Hudson Valley and are a listener to Redeemer, you know that our coverage has become worse. Perhaps you listen to 105.3 FM in the Kingston or Port Ewen area. We come in pretty good there with our little 10 watt signal, but when you drive towards New Paltz, you lose us. Especially now that there is another signal that is interfering with us on 105.3.  

We also have listeners to 105.3 in Hyde Park and further south into Northern Poughkeepsie.  Here too, the interference is adversely affecting our signal. 

We need your help. 

Maybe you live in Olivebridge and tune us in on 88.3 FM, but when you travel on 213 West, you lose our signal right around the area where the NYC aqueduct crosses under the highway!  

Perhaps you live near Catskill and travel to Northern Saugerties and you listen on 101.1 FM. But as you travel a bit more south, you lose our signal. As you travel into Poughkeepsie you lose our signal, and interference kicks in. Pleasant Valley coverage is spotty at best, especially with the new interference on 105.3. 

We have a signal that we can implement that will greatly improve our coverage and bless many people!

You can help.  

Welcome to the Hudson Valley Project.  If you would like to know more and would consider giving to this project, please let us know.  In round figures it will cost us just under $50,000 to build this much-improved signal.  

If we get the support we need, this new signal could be a reality before the end of this year!  

If you are sincerely interested in helping us, and would like to learn more, please email us at ministry@redeemerbroadcasting.org 

Thank you.




Interference to 105.3 FM has begun


Sunday, June 11th, 2017

A translator has just turned on in Newburgh which is interfering with the outlying areas of 105.3 FM.  Sunday morning we were driving to church and in an area north of New Paltz where we normally can hear 105.3 FM, there was now another station coming in.   It's so sad that this has happened.  

If you have reports of interference in your area please let us know.  The interference is heard south of Kingston.

In parallel with documenting and understanding the extent of the interference, there is a positive solution.  

We have a project that when implemented, will greatly improve our coverage and not be subject to this new interference from Newburgh.   We are asking that you have a part in this project.

As the Hudson Valley goes, so goes our entire network.  We need your help to survive and flourish.   

Welcome to the Hudson Valley Project.  

If you would like to know more and would consider giving to this project, please let us know.  In round figures it will cost us just under $49,000 to build this much-improved signal.  

If we get the support we need, this new signal could be a reality before the end of this year!  

If you are sincerely interested in helping us, and would like to learn more, please email us at ministry@redeemerbroadcasting.org 

If you would like your gift to be used for this important new signal, please specify "Hudson Valley Project" on your donation. 

Thank you.




How to help Redeemer improve its Hudson Valley Coverage


Thursday, June 8th, 2017

Please help us improve our signal in the Mid-Hudson Valley.

If you live in the Hudson Valley and are a listener to Redeemer, you know that our coverage is very spotty. Perhaps you listen to 105.3 FM in the Kingston or Port Ewen area. We come in pretty good there with our little 10 watt signal, but when you drive towards New Paltz, you lose us. We also have some listeners to 105.3 in Hyde Park and further south into Northern Poughkeepsie.  Our signal is weak there too. Maybe you live in Olivebridge and tune us in on 88.3 FM, but when you travel on 213 West, you lose our signal right around the area where the NYC aqueduct crosses under the highway!  Perhaps you live near Catskill and travel to Northern Saugerties and you listen on 101.1 FM. But as you travel a bit more south, you lose our signal. Or maybe you travel into Poughkeepsie and lose our signal. Pleasant Valley coverage is spotty at best.

We have a signal that we can implement that will greatly improve our coverage and bless many people.  

Welcome to the Hudson Valley Project.  If you would like to know more and would consider giving to this project, please let us know.  In round figures it will cost us just under $49,000 to build this much-improved signal.  

If we get the support we need, this new signal could be a reality before the end of this year!  

If you are sincerely interested in helping us, and would like to learn more, please email us at ministry@redeemerbroadcasting.org 

Thank you.




WXMD back on line!


Thursday, June 8th, 2017

Thank the Lord, we got the problem resolved and are back up with regular programming at WXMD.   Thanks for your prayers for us.   The Lord is good!




WXMD temporarily on backup programming


Thursday, June 8th, 2017

WXMD in Southern Maryland is temporarily on backup programming while we work on a problem.  Thank you for your patience!




Help us improve our signal in the Hudson Valley including Poughkeepsie, New Paltz and Pine Bush


Saturday, June 3rd, 2017

Please help us improve our signal in the Mid-Hudson Valley.

If you live in the Hudson Valley and are a listener to Redeemer, you know that our coverage is very spotty. Perhaps you listen to 105.3 FM in the Kingston or Port Ewen area. We come in pretty good there with our little 10 watt signal, but when you drive towards New Paltz, you lose us. We also have some listeners to 105.3 in Hyde Park and further south into Northern Poughkeepsie.  Our signal is weak there too. Maybe you live in Olivebridge and tune us in on 88.3 FM, but when you travel on 213 West, you lose our signal right around the area where the NYC aqueduct crosses under the highway!  Perhaps you live near Catskill and travel to Northern Saugerties and you listen on 101.1 FM. But as you travel a bit more south, you lose our signal. Or maybe you travel into Poughkeepsie and lose our signal. Pleasant Valley coverage is spotty at best.

We have a signal that we can implement that will greatly improve our coverage and bless many people.  

Welcome to the Hudson Valley Project.  If you would like to know more and would consider giving to this project, please let us know.  In round figures it will cost us just under $49,000 to build this much-improved signal.  

If we get the support we need, this new signal could be a reality before the end of this year!  

If you are sincerely interested in helping us, and would like to learn more, please email us at ministry@redeemerbroadcasting.org 

Thank you.




The Hudson Valley Project


Saturday, June 3rd, 2017

Please help us improve our signal in the Mid-Hudson Valley.

If you live in the Hudson Valley and are a listener to Redeemer, you know that our coverage is very spotty. Perhaps you listen to 105.3 FM in the Kingston or Port Ewen area. We come in pretty good there with our little 10 watt signal, but when you drive towards New Paltz, you lose us. We also have some listeners to 105.3 in Hyde Park and further south into Northern Poughkeepsie.  Our signal is weak there too. Maybe you live in Olivebridge and tune us in on 88.3 FM, but when you travel on 213 West, you lose our signal right around the area where the NYC aqueduct crosses under the highway!  Perhaps you live near Catskill and travel to Northern Saugerties and you listen on 101.1 FM. But as you travel a bit more south, you lose our signal. Or maybe you travel into Poughkeepsie and lose our signal. Pleasant Valley coverage is spotty at best.

We have a signal that we can implement that will greatly improve our coverage and bless many people.  

Welcome to the Hudson Valley Project.  If you would like to know more and would consider giving to this project, please let us know.  In round figures it will cost us just under $49,000 to build this much-improved signal.  

If we get the support we need, this new signal could be a reality before the end of this year!  

If you are sincerely interested in helping us, and would like to learn more, please email us at ministry@redeemerbroadcasting.org 

Thank you.




Grace Digital Internet Radios - Discount Code


Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

Are you outside the coverage area of one of our stations?  You can use an Internet Radio to receive us!

Grace Digital Internet radios are available at a 30% discount. Grace offers this to Redeemer listeners as a courtesy. Redeemer makes no money off this deal, but we encourage you to take advantage of it.   

Here is the link to Grace's website.  We have used the Mondo unit with good success, and just evaluated the Encore stereo unit with great results!  

You need to have a wireless router active in your home.  A one time setup is required, and young people can quickly help you do this, or call us.  Just seach for the call letters WFSO, then you are good to go!   Redeemer Broadcasting will come in if you have wireless internet access wherever your home is located!    

Redeemer's special discount code is:  redeemer30a




Help Redeemer improve coverage in the Hudson Valley


Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

If you live in the Hudson Valley and are a listener to Redeemer, you know all too well that our coverage is very spotty.  Perhaps you listen to 105.3 FM in the Kingston or Port Ewen area.  We come in pretty good there with our little 10 watt signal, but when you drive towards New Paltz, you lose us. We also have some listeners to 105.3 in Hyde Park and further south into Northern Poughkeepsie. Yet our signal is weak. Maybe you live in Olivebridge and tune us in on 88.3 FM, but when you travel on 213 West, you lose our signal right around the area where the NYC aqueduct crosses under the highway!  Or maybe you live near Catskill and travel to Northern Saugerties and you listen on 101.1 FM. But as you travel a bit more south, you lose our signal. Or maybe you travel into Poughkeepsie and lose our signal.  Perhaps you live in Pleasant Valley and you wish we had good coverage there.  

Well, you get the point. This spotty coverage can be substantially improved. Welcome to the Hudson Valley project.  If you would like to know more and would consider giving to this project, please let us know.  In round figures it will cost us just under $49,000 to build this much-improved signal.    

If you are sincerely interested in helping us, and would like to learn more, please email us at ministry@redeemerbroadcasting.org 

Thank you.




Help Redeemer improve coverage in the Hudson Valley


Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

If you live in the Hudson Valley and are a listener to Redeemer, you know all too well that our coverage is very spotty.  Perhaps you listen to 105.3 FM in the Kingston or Port Ewen area.   We come in pretty good there with our little 10 watt signal, but when you drive towards New Paltz, you lose us.  We also have some listeners to 105.3 in Hyde Park and further south into Northern Poughkeepsie.  Yet our signal is weak.  Or maybe you live in Olivebridge and tune us in on 88.3 FM. But when you travel on 213 West, you lose our signal right around the area where the NYC aqueduct crosses under the highway!  Or maybe you live near Catskill and travel to Northern Saugerties and you listen on 101.1 FM. But as you travel a bit more south, you lose our signal.  Or maybe you travel into Poughkeepsie and lose our signal.  Perhaps you live in Pleasant Valley and you wish we had good coverage there.  

Well, you get the point.  This poor coverage can be substantially improved.  We have a project that we need to do.  If you would like to know more and would consider giving to this project, please let us know.  In round figures it will cost us just under $49,000 to build this improved signal.    

If you are sincerely interested in helping us, and would like to learn more, please email us at ministry@redeemerbroadcasting.org 

Thank you.