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WWRB is a shortwave international broadcasting station known as both "World Wide Religious Broadcasting" and (to a lesser extent) "World Wide Radio Broadcasting" broadcasting from Morrison, Tennessee. It is a subsidiary of Airline Transport Communications Incorporated. The station features primarily Christian religious programming. WWRB is unusual among shortwave broadcast stations in that it does not utilize radio airtime brokers for selling airtime, instead preferring to directly rent time to clients.

WWRB uses four 100 kW to 150 kW transmitters and six antennas to provide their services to regions of the world specifically requested by broadcasters. At this time, not all of their antennas appear to be in use. WWRB operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, changing frequencies as shortwave propagation changes to maintain their target reception areas. Their main targeted services are titled Global-I through Global-IV.