United Christian Broadcasters

United Christian Broadcasters

United Christian Broadcasters (UCB) is an international Christian broadcasting and media group founded by Rhema Broadcasting Group in New Zealand. Throughout the world UCB publish and distribute The Word For You Today, a free daily devotional written by Bob Gass.


* The Word For You Today - Romanian version is distributed by Les Wright, Edrin Gjoni and Seer Ministries. [ [http://www.ucbmedia.com/home/index.php?option=com_content&task=category&sectionid=15&id=35&Itemid=116 UCB International - Read the 30-day archive ] ]


*Vision Radio Network - a national radio network in around 300 locations


* CKJJ-FM - UCB Belleville 102.3 FM
* The Word For You Today - Canadian edition


* Christian broadcasters
* The Word for You Today - Danish edition

New Zealand: Rhema Broadcasting Group

*New Zealand's Rhema
*Southern Star
*Life fm
*The Word
*Shine TV
*The Word for You Today

United Kingdom: UCB UK

UCB Radio

UCB broadcasts Christian radio on DAB in London ,Staffordshire, the North East, the West Midlands, the North West, Yorkshire, South Wales and the Severn Estuary on Sky Digital and Virgin Media in the UK, and around the world via the Internet.

UCB broadcasts five digital radio services in the UK:
*UCB Inspirational
*The Word
*UCB Gospel
*UCB Bible


UCB TV is available via the Eurobird 1 satellite on Sky Digital channel 586.


*The Word for You Today


UCB, affiliated whth Catholic Media Network, broadcasts 3 FM Radio Stations branded as The Edge Radio.
*The Edge Radio 90.3
*The Edge Radio 104.3
*The Edge Radio 90.5


External links

* [http://www.ucbmedia.com/ UCB International]
* [http://www.ucb.co.uk UCB UK Website]
* [http://www.ucb.co.uk/radio UCB UK Online Radio]

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