The Voice of Freedom with Brent Johnson Continues on Short Wave

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The Voice of Freedom with Brent Johnson continues on short wave radio heard each day on WWCR from 5 PM to 6 PM Central Standard Time.

On February 15, 2004, The Voice of Freedom with Brent Johnson launched on Newstalk 870 KRLA AM, a Salem Communications Station. The show was heard each and every Sunday from 8 PM to 10 PM Eastern standard time and was distributed through the ABC Radio Network. Due to lack of funding and sponsorship, The Voice of Freedom went off the air as of Sunday, April 25, 2004. “We will be back” offered Brent Johnson, the host of the show.

The Voice of Freedom started over ten years ago as a daily short wave radio show heard on WWCR. According to Brent Johnson, “The Voice of Freedom not only set a new standard for short wave radio, the show has a daily following of several million people who are committed to protecting their rights and have a passion for the truth!”

The Voice of Freedom is owned by the Truth and Freedom Radio Network and was licensed to Freedom Broadcast Group, Inc. in September of 2003. “The response to this show has been fantastic,” says Executive Producer Lee Parker.

Overseeing every detail of the show, Lee Parker puts in long hours to make sure the show sounds right and is on track on the air. According to Ms. Parker, “Brent Johnson is a world class researcher who has a way of explaining very complex Freedom issues and spelling it out to his audience. Mr. Johnson is so committed to the Sovereign movement that he took his research to the next level and is now considered one of top experts in the world on trusts and asset protection.”

Steve Wallace is the Director of Studio Operations and runs the board each day on Brent’s short wave show. According to Steve, “Nobody does on air what Brent can do. In fact, he has a photographic memory and he times his show clock not to the minute, but to the second. Taking the short wave show to mainstream radio was easy because of Brent’s incredible attention to detail.

“The daily show will continue on Short Wave” says Johnson, as we aggressively search out additional investors and sponsors.”

Press Contacts:

Lee Parker, Executive Producer

(888) 385-3733

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