CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE -- Starting January 7, the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) will host an issue-oriented weekly radio show to be broadcast from 5 to 6 p.m. every Monday on WNHN, a low-power FM station broadcasting and web-casting from Concord.
A decision by Radio TeteEnsemble and Radio Independence International to join forces is being welcomed by the Fort Myers and Immokalee Haitian population as a move that will strengthen the relationship between both communities. Sergo Caprice, director and owner of RTE, and Ducarmel Bellevue, for RII, say the decision will enable the two stations to pool resources and enhance the services they provide to the Haitian community.
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