Religious programming for radio consists of radio programs solely about religion, which primarily contain discussions or broadcast acts of worship. Beginning in the 1920s, religious programming attracted the interest of people in many different parts of the world. In the early 21st century, much of society in general no longer listens to (or has an interest in) religious content. As a result, religious programming is often considered commercially unsustainable.

In the early 21st century, the digital reality has also redefined religious programming in a profound way. While new mobile devices and technologies led radio programming to be more tailored to individual taste, religious programming in particular has been subject to negotiations with new religious behaviors. While religious programs are becoming less common in radio programming, they ...

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