IBC broadcasts on satellite 24-hours-a-day

March 16, 2004 at 5:44 PM

SANTA MARIA, Calif., March 16 (UPI) -- The International Broadcasting Corp. announced Tuesday its paranormal-themed IBC Radio Network is preparing to broadcast on satellite 24 hours a day.

The California-based company said it has spent several weeks making studio upgrades and tests to make the transition.

Once on satellite, IBCRN will begin an expansion program whereby network content will be introduced to various AM and FM radio markets across the country.

IBCRN will syndicate all of its talk programming including Whitley Strieber's "Dreamland," "The Lou Gentile Show," "Encounters," "Feet To The Fire," "The Space Show" and "Cybercity Radio."

IBC Radio Network is the only radio network to carry talk radio with an all paranormal theme.

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