- The Church Channel
The Church Channel Type religious broadcasting Country United States of America Availability National; broadcast worldwide Official website www.thechurchchannel.org
The Church Channel (TCC) is a Christian television network owned by Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). It broadcasts church service programs 24 hours per day, seven days a week from several of America’s leading churches, representing several Christian denominations, as well as independent and non-denominational churches. It broadcasts out of Nashville, Tennessee.
The network's programming consists of Christian worship services, 90% of which must be of an instructional, evangelistic or ministerial nature. The network puts strict guidelines on fund raising and other announcements, limiting them to 10% of the program.  The Church Channel encourages churches to submit recordings of their services with the intent of putting them on the air.
The Church Channel is available through various cable services nationwide, on digital subchannel X.2 in areas of the United States with a TBN DTV station, Dish Network, Glorystar Christian Satellite and on DirecTV, and in many nations around the world via direct-to-home satellite, such as the free-to-air Galaxy 19, ABS1 to India and the Middle East, Hot Bird satellite to Europe, and Agila 2 satellite both C-band and Ku-Band signal in Asia and the Philippines. The network is also available via streaming video on their official website.
TV CHANNELSAlmavision ˑ Angel One ˑ Angel Two ˑ Catholic TV ˑ The Church Channel ˑ Cornerstone TeleVision Network ˑ Credo TV ˑ EWTN Spanish TV ˑ EWTN U.S. TV ˑ Faith TV ˑ GOD TV ˑ Golden Eagle Broadcasting ˑ Gospel Music Channel ˑ Gospel Music Television Network ˑ Guardian Television Network ˑ Halogen TV ˑ INSP ˑ JCTV ˑ Kids & Teens TV ˑ La Familia Network ˑ Liberty Channel ˑ New Heights (Scheduled Availability June 2008) ˑ The Miracle Channel ˑ SafeTV Channel ˑ Smile of a Child TV ˑ Spirit Television Network ˑ TBN Enlace USA ˑ Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) ˑ Total Christian Television (TCT) ˑ Total Living Network (TLN) ˑ TVU Music Television ˑ World Harvest Television ˑ The Worship Network
RADIO CHANNELSAll Worship ˑ America’s Talk Satellite Network ˑ Bott Radio Network ˑ CSN International ˑ EWTN Global Catholic Radio ˑ EWTN Radio Católica Mundial ˑ God Listens/KSBJ ˑ His Kids Radio ˑ KTLW Radio Network ˑ Moody Broadcasting Network ˑ Oasis Radio Network ˑ Radio Nueva Vida Network ˑ RadioU ˑ Sacred Favorites ˑ Solid Gospel ˑ Today's Christian Music ˑ Voice of Jerusalem ˑ Way-FM ˑ The Word in Praise ˑ Z-73
TV CHANNELSAnimal Planet ˑ Blue Highways TV ˑ CBS College Sports Network ˑ Discovery Channel ˑ Ion Life ˑ Planet Green ˑ Discovery Kids ˑ Fox Business Network ˑ Fox News Channel ˑ Hallmark Channel ˑ Hallmark Movie Channel ˑ Military Channel ˑ NASA TV ˑ NFL Network ˑ Outdoor Channel ˑ Pentagon Channel ˑ qubo ˑ QVC ˑ The Sportsman Channel ˑ Tennis Channel ˑ The Weather Channel ˑ (More scheduled to come)
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