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Educational Media Foundation Heading for Music City

Move from California to Nashville campus to be built will take three years

Educational Media Foundation, EMFThe Educational Media Foundation, large station group owner and parent of the K-Love and Air1 radio networks, has announced plans to relocate its headquarters from Rocklin, Calif., to the Nashville, Tenn., area. The move will transpire over three years.

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EMF CEO Bill Reeves explained, “This move will enable us to better serve our audiences and deepen our relationships with faith-focused artists, content creators and the recording, film and publishing industries as we continue to broaden our media offerings through radio, film, streaming, live events, books and more.”

The nonprofit religious broadcaster already has studios in the Nashville area. “It recently expanded its studio, from which the K-Love morning show and Air1 programs now broadcast, and its promotions, AccessMore podcasting, live events and WTA Media teams have offices in the area already,” a release said.

The release also said, “A new permanent campus is to be constructed; the exact location is yet to be finalized.”