Family radio 105.3 is a Christian founded radio station located in Kitintale along old port- bell road, three miles away from Kampala city. The station broadcasts on a 2.0kw transmitter and its antenna is situated on the hills of Mutungo. High profile staffs with wide experience in business and broadcasting industry coupled with a blend of talent, manage family radio.


The coverage of family radio is 250km radius from Kampala. Our signal is picked from places as far as, Jinja, ,Kayunga, Mukono, Rakai, Wakiso, Luwero, Entebbe,Nakasongola, Mpigi, some parts of Masaka, Mitiyana, Mubende western districts of Kyenjojo,  Mabarara and some eastern districts of Mbale and the Victoria Island.etc


Family radio 105.3 targets all segments in the family i.e. father, mother and children. We have an Audience which is over 70% Christian. Our reach in Kampala is fifty thousand people (50,000) for the first part of the day. This is according to the Ipsos survey carried out late last year and our reach in the central region of Uganda is over five million people. We build our audience through partnering with different churches, Gospel artists, Christian and non Christian organizations in the region among other strategies.


Family radio is a tool aiming to broadcast the gospel of Jesus Christ in every household with a vision of positively transforming families economically and socially. Through educating, informing, entertaining and current affairs updates praise and worship.


To become the leading broadcaster of life transforming Christian programs that introduce families to the good news of Jesus Christ and life eternal in Uganda,

To play a key role to major advertisers marketing strategy.

To broadcast current Affairs updates, Health, educative and informative programs, entertainment, sports, praise and worship.

To connect Christians with, the Government in the matters pertaining to social, economical and political circles.


Family radio is multilingual station broadcasting in the local languages of Luganda the 4 Rs ( Runyankole Rukiga, Runyoro Rutooro) and English. These are the dominant languages used as by the majority of people in the country.