Giving Veterans a Voice

Get To Know MBR

“We are proud to offer our military veterans a suite of programs from compassionate nonprofit organizations dedicated to meeting the specific needs that the United States Department of Veterans Affairs may not fully address or provide. Our mission extends beyond support; we aim to enrich the lives of military veterans, active-duty troops, and all who are interested, with a vibrant mix of today’s hit music across various genres, up-to-the-minute world and entertainment news, as well as practical advice for navigating the nuances of civilian and active military life, no matter where in the world they may find themselves.

Our commitment is to deliver unparalleled radio entertainment and programming, specifically tailored to uplift and engage the military community, providing a soundtrack and a voice to their journey.”

Joel Hunt | President of MBR

Military Broadcast Radio (MBR) stands as a beacon of entertainment, information, and unwavering support for our military community. With a proud history spanning 14 years, MBR has been a voice and an ear for those who serve. Initially led by Jim Butler, the station found its new steward in Joel Hunt in 2018, who was entrusted with the honor and responsibility to carry forward the MBR legacy.

Our vision is ambitious: to become a pioneering nonprofit internet radio station that offers solace and support to disabled veterans struggling to adapt to civilian life due to the scars of their service. We believe in the therapeutic power of DJ-ing—not just as a form of rehabilitation, but as a means to empower our veterans to share their voices, perspectives, and continue their service to the community in a new capacity.

We are committed to turning veterans’ dreams into reality, aiding their healing, and reigniting their sense of purpose. Our conviction is strong: with the right motivation and the power of a simple microphone, we can challenge the despair that leads to 22 veteran suicides each day.

Join us in this noble endeavor. Your support can transform lives, offering hope and a new direction. Together, we can make a difference—one voice, one broadcast, one veteran at a time.

MBR RADIO (Federal Tax ID 82-5116017) is a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt charity

I am Brandon Stokley, former NFL wide receiver of the Denver Broncos. I support the ultimate vision of putting our military veterans to work from home as a DJ. Music is very therapeutic and can be healing. Having one DJ will give them a purpose for others and themselves. I am proud to be a spokesperson for a station, such as MBR, that is “Giving Veterans a Voice.”



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