Contact: Dick Jenkins, General Manager, Immaculate Heart Radio, 916-415-6636
LOOMIS, Calif., June 8, 2016 /Christian Newswire/ — Internationally known, award-winning journalist, producer, and New York Times Bestselling author, Raymond Arroyo joins Immaculate Heart Radio’s Elevate Conference June 25, in Santa Clara, California. As news director and lead anchor for EWTN, Arroyo is seen in more than 200 million homes on six continents each week and heard on hundreds of AM/FM radio stations including Immaculate Heart Radio’s KSFB AM 1260 which covers the San Francisco Bay Area. “Raymond Arroyo is a great friend of Immaculate Heart Radio and we’re thrilled to add his global perspective to the day’s dialogue, especially during his talk entitled, How Stories Can Save Our Culture and the Church,” said Doug Sherman, president and founder of Immaculate Heart Radio.
Elevate, is a day-long meeting of the minds between listeners and show hosts of Immaculate Heart Radio, the West Coast’s growing network of listener-supported Catholic radio stations. Immaculate Heart Radio personalities Patrick Madrid, Cy Kellett, Phil Sandoval, Chris Aubert, Terry Barber, Joe Sikorra and Ed Horodko will host town-hall style sessions throughout the day to allow attendees the opportunity to connect and talk with hosts. A meet and greet at day’s end will be held along with conference exhibitor booths and informational displays.
“The goal of Elevate is to enlighten hearts and minds — participants have shared that attending this conference helped renew their faith to live out and share the Gospel,” said Sherman. The event is set for Saturday, June 25th from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. at the Santa Clara Marriott (2700 Mission College Boulevard Santa Clara, California 95054 USA). Close to 1,000 people attended the inaugural Elevate Conference in Southern California (November 2015).
Visit www.ihradio.com/elevate for more information on tickets, being an exhibitor and event sponsorship opportunities.
IHR Educational Broadcasting is a West Coast, USA-based radio network offering a variety of Catholic-oriented programming. The original radio broadcast signal launched in 1997 from a warehouse in Reno and has grown to 40 outlets (AMs, FMs, translators and affiliates). Additionally, they offer two Internet streaming music channels: Contemporary Christian Music and Traditional Sacred/Liturgical Music.