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Bishop Malooly thanked officials at MTS Broadcasting Feb. 4 for years of broadcasting Catholic programming during a visit to the company’s offices in Cambridge, Md.

Bishop Malooly presents a certificate of appreciation to Shane Walker (left0, operations manager, and Troy Hill, general manager of MTS Broadcasting in Cambridge, Md., on Feb. 4 (Bob Krebs/Diocese of Wilmington).
Bishop Malooly presents a certificate of appreciation to Shane Walker (left, operations manager, and Troy Hill, general manager of MTS Broadcasting in Cambridge, Md., on Feb. 4
(Bob Krebs/Diocese of Wilmington).

The bishop presented a certificate of appreciation to Shane Walker, operations manager, and Troy Hill, general manager of MTS.

The four radio stations that are owned and operated by MTS have been airing programming produced or distributed by the Office of Communications of the Diocese of Wilmington for many years.

Currently, Catholic Forum airs on WAAI-FM 100.9 on Sunday mornings at 9:05 a.m. and Country Roads airs Sunday mornings at 6:05 on WCEM-FM 106.3, at 6:30 a.m. on WAAI-FM 100.9 and at 8:30 a.m. on Radio 1240 WCEM-AM.

During the bishop’s visit to the stations, he was interviewed by Hill for his Good Morning Mid-Shore public affairs program.