The idea of a radio program which would cater to those of the faithful who were unable to participate in person in cultural, educational, and religious events was first formulated before 1980. After the adoption of the law on local radio broadcasting, the Fraternity was among the first in Greece to apply for and receive a permit and Certificate of Legal Operation from the Radio and Television Council, in March 1991, for broadcasting on FM radio, at 96 megacycles.
Ever since then, the radio station, under the name “Monadike Politeia 96FM Stereo” has broadcast a continuous 24-hour program consisting of live broadcasts and rebroadcasts. Today, it is also available to all Greek-speakers internationally through online streaming.
The radio program is free of advertisements or political reporting, with the exception of civil protection announcements, if and when they occur.