Worship 24/7 Acquires KTDD-FM

WILSONVILLE, Oregon – 247 Media Ministries, the parent organization of the Worship 24/7 radio net- work, has reached an agreement to acquire KTDD-FM from Ocean Station Trust II. KTDD-FM is li- censed to Eatonville, Washington and currently airs a Christian Adult Contemporary format.

The new signal will increase the potential reach of Worship 24/7 to over two million people in cities including Tacoma, Olympia, Renton, Federal Way and the entire South Puget Sound region.

KTDD-FM will be the second FM signal airing the Worship 24/7 network, joining KURT-FM in Central Oregon. Worship 24/7 launched in June of 2019 as an internet-only station and quickly drew a pas- sionate and loyal listener base. People in over 130 countries have tuned in to Worship 24/7 in the past thirteen months, and approximately 200 new people start listening each day through the Ama- zon Alexa smart speaker platform.

“We are humbled that God has given us the opportunity to add another FM radio signal to the minis- try,” says David Harms, President of 24/7 Media Ministries. “We are excited this door opened as we look forward to following God’s design and direction in igniting a passion for God through worship both online and now in the South Puget Sound area.”

The transaction of KTDD-FM still requires FCC approval, and is expected to close in the fourth quarter of this year. Jon Yinger of Broadcast Properties, LLC assisted the Buyer in this transaction.

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