The Stanborough Press Limited is the publishing house owned and operated by the British Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in the United Kingdom and Ireland (BUC).
The Czech Media Center is one of the media centers in the Inter-European Division of Seventh-day Adventists. It serves the country of Czech Republic and Czech-speaking peoples wherever they may be located in the world.
The Source of Life Publishing House (SOLPH) was established in 1991 and became the first Protestant publishing house in the territory of the former USSR with its own printing facilities.
TV Novo Tempo (Hope Channel Brazil) is a television station of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Brazil, which produces and broadcasts religious content in Portuguese and Spanish.
Ufunuo Publishing House (UPH) in Morogoro, Tanzania, began as a printing plant prompted in 1969 by the need to produce Voice of Prophecy lessons for the Tanzanian Mission Field.
UNASPRESS (The Adventist University Press) is the publisher of the Brazil Adventist University (UNASP), and it is in the building of the Rectory of UNASP, Engenheiro Coelho campus (UNASP-EC) that is in Lagoa Bonita neighborhood, in the city of Engenheiro Coelho, state of São Paulo, Brazil.
Upper Nile Press is an Adventist publishing house in Uganda. It was established in 1987.
On January 7, 1979, praise to God began flowing from a 210-foot antenna on the campus of Oakwood College: 90.1 FM WOCG officially began broadcasting The Best in Music and the Spoken Word each day for 12 hours. The years leading up to that momentous day in January of 1979 were ones of uncertainty and a true journey of faith for the administration, staff, and faculty of what was then called Oakwood College.
Zambia Adventist Publishing House is a Seventh-day Adventist printing company serving the church’s literature needs in Zambia and the surrounding region.