UCB Africa was formed in a joint venture between UCB International and Radio Pulpit. It was set up to play a facilitating role in developing African Christians as professional broadcasters and to establish new local Christian broadcasting ventures where God opens a door. UCB Africa initially focused its efforts on the Southern African region.
UCB Africa sees its role as strengthening the capabilities of Christian broadcasters in Africa by providing expertise, training and development services, especially in the areas of broadcast management, programming and technical. It will draw on the collective strength and resources of the wider affiliated group to provide cost effective products such as programme material, music and print media. UCB Africa will also provide relational support though conferences, networking and workshops to equip local stations to better manage, operate and reach their market.
UCB Africa is comprised of South Africa's Radio Pulpit (which broadcasts in 13 different languages), Botswana's Studio 7, Harvest FM and a number of affiliates which include Gurue radio in Mozambique and Grace So Amazing Foundation in Nigeria.
For more information visit www.ucbafrica.co.za