Radio Veritas Asia
Radio Veritas Asia is a private non-commercial Catholic radio station located in Fairview, Quezon City (STUDIOS) and Paluig, Zambales (TRANSMITTERS) in the Philippines.
Called the Missionary of Asia, and sometimes the Voice of Asian Christianity, RVA is the short wave radio of the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences (FABC).
With financial help from Germany, Rome and the Asian Bishops, Radio Veritas Asia was inaugurated on April 11, 1969.
RVA goes on-air for six and a half hours in the morning and six hours in the evening. The Transmitter site in Palauig, Zambales serves 15 Language Services using the three 250-kilowatt transmitters and 15 curtain antenna.