WRMI has a rich history of supplying news, information and entertainment to the world from our Okeechobee, Florida Transmitters.
Hurricane Ian damage to our antenna farm is so extensive, it has knocked us off the air to Europe and Africa.
We need your help to get us back on the air again to transmit to Europe and Africa news, information, religious programming and entertainment.
We have no insurance for the antenna farm due to the prohibitive cost of insurance on these types of shortwave antennas.
We are desperately asking for help worldwide to get us back on the air again to Europe and Africa. Your help is paramount to WRMI returning to the air in the many countries of Europe and Africa.
Your help will help WRMI to rebuild the transmission towers destroyed by Hurricane Ian that are pointed towards those target areas.
We thank you for your support of WRMI. Hurricane Ian knocked us down pretty hard. But we know with your help, we can rise back up and provide programming in many languages again to Europe and Africa.
I want to personally thank everyone who has donated to this fund so far. It has been amazing and gratifying to see the tremendous interest from listeners around the world. We want to get all of our frequencies back on the air as soon as possible in order to continue serving you with the wide variety of programming that WRMI has been providing for 27 years now -- almost 9 of them from the Okeechobee site.
General Manager WRMI