Largest family television network returns on DStv

Largest family television network returns on DStv
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The late Dr Paul Crouch founded TBN with his wife Janice in 1973.

TBN will launch on DStv channel 343 on March 4 to DStv Premium, Compact Plus, Compact, Family and Access subscribers in Africa. On this channel, viewers will get to see the very best in local and international faith and family programmes, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Trinity Broadcasting Networks (TBN) and Rhema have entered into a relationship agreement that sees TBN take over the current Rhema Network channel position on DStv. This means that Rhema Network, currently broadcasting on DStv channel 343 on Sundays, will be absorbed by TBN. The existing Rhema Network programmes will move across to the new channel.

Liz Dziva, Publicity and Public Relations Manager of MultiChoice Zimbabwe said, “TBN has always been very popular in Africa including Zimbabwe and will work in close relationship with most African Ministries across many denominations, to enable the development of new variety Christian content and emerging ministries in order to create a platform for the very best in ministry, worship and Christian programmes from the continent”.

TBN is entirely independent of all ministries and Christian organisations in regards to ownership, operations and leadership of the network. It will however work in close relationship with most African ministries across TBN has for more than 42 years held the largest global footprint for any faith and family Christian television network, with 30 television networks featured on more than 5 000 television stations across 88 satellites, the Internet and thousands of cable systems around the world.

TBN is redefining Christian television and leading the way in a new, exciting era of authentic, credible Christian broadcasting in Africa. It has an unrivalled selection of the best African and international Christian ministry, lifestyle, music, youth shows, children’s entertainment, documentaries, movies and much more.

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