Christian Vision officially stopped its short wave service to Latin America on August 17th, 2012, due to declining listenership.
Christian Vision purchased the property and transmissions equipment located in Calera de Tango, Chile, in August of 1996. In February of 1998, it received its license to transmit from Chilean regulator Subtel and on November 1st of the same year, Voz Cristiana was officially launched and began transmitting four radio services to Latin America.
The programming of Voz Cristiana, now known as CVCLAVOZ, has continued to grow through Spanish-language Christian radio affiliates throughout Latin America and Spain. With over 413 affiliates in 23 countries, CVCLAVOZ has made its resources more accessible to the ever-changing 18 to 35 year demographic that has exponentially grown in its use of the internet, mobile phones, and social media platforms such as Facebook.