Hope Channel

Hope Channel is a Christian lifestyle television network owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The network operates globally, with 44 Hope Channels worldwide, each providing programs contextualized to the language and culture of their audience. Focusing on balanced, Christian living, Hope Channel programs cover topics such as mind, body, spirit, family, and community. Hope Channel is available on DirecTV channel 368 in the United States of America, via Roku, Hope Channel app available at App Store for Apple users and at Google Play Store for Android users, and online at www.HopeTV.org.

Hope Channel
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Hope Channel logo
LaunchedOctober 10, 2003
NetworkChurch of Hope The City
Owned bySeventh-day Adventist Church
Picture format480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Audience share0.8% (2012, RADIO CITY TELEVISIONS CHANNELS)
SloganTelevision Changes Lives
LanguageEnglish
Broadcast areaInternational
HeadquartersSilver Spring, Maryland, United States
Websitewww.hopetv.org
Availability
Satellite
DirecTV (U.S.)Channel 368
Dish Network (U.S.)198
Available on several other satellite systems worldwideCheck local listings
Glorystar (U.S.)Channel 104
Cable
Parasat Cable TV (Philippines)Channel 17
Moana Cable TV (American Samoa)Channel 14 (Hope International) & 11 (Samoan Language)
Streaming media
Digital media receiverRoku

Hope Channel Network

Hope Channel is broadcast throughout the world:

On satellite

  • Hope Channel (HC) - English (North and Central America)
  • Hope Channel International (HCI) - English
  • Hope Church Channel - English
  • Hope Channel Deaf - Sign language and Closed-captioned programming in English, German and Portuguese
  • Hope Channel Inter-America (Official channel in English for the Inter-American Division)
  • Esperanza TV Interamérica (Official channel in Spanish for the Inter-American Division)
  • Espérance TV Interamérique (Official channel in French for the Inter-American Division)
  • Hope Channel Australia (HCA) - English
  • Hope Channel India (HCI)-Hindi, English, Tamil, Telghu
  • Esperanza TV - Spanish (North and Central America)
  • Nuevo Tiempo - Spanish (South America)
  • Novo Tempo - Portuguese (Brazil)
  • Speranta - Romanian
  • Hope Channel American Samoa (Samoan, English)
  • Hope Channel Europe (HCE) - English, Romanian, Portuguese, Czech, French, Italian, Norwegian, Russian and Ukrainian - Hope Channel Ukraine
  • Hope TV Fiji Islands-Hindi
  • Al-Waad TV - Arabic (North Africa and Middle East)
  • Hope Channel Deutsch - German
  • Hope Channel France - French
  • Hope Channel Indonesia - Indonesian
  • Hope Channel Philippines - Filipino/Tagalog/Cebuano
  • Hope Channel UK
  • Hope Channel Polska - Polish
  • Hope Channel Korea - Korean
  • Hope Channel-Ghana: Goes on air on July 1, 2018.
  • Hope Channel Middle East[1]

Internet channels

OnDemand channels

See also

References

  1. ^ "Adventist media center in Middle East launches television channel". Adventist News Network. Retrieved 2010-01-21.

External links

DWVN-TV

DWVN-TV channel 45, is a television station of Gateway UHF Broadcasting. Its studios are located at San Juan cor. Donada Street, Pasay City, while its transmitter is located at Nuestra Señora Dela Paz Subdivision, Sumulong Highway, Brgy. Santa Cruz, Antipolo City, Rizal; sharing facilities with DWLA 105.9.

David Asscherick

David Asscherick is the co-founder of ARISE (not to be confused with Arise Church in New Zealand). David currently pastors the Kingscliff Seventh-day Adventist church in Chinderah, New South Wales, Australia. He is the former pastor of the Troy Seventh-day Adventist Church in Troy, Michigan. In 2011, ARISE merged with Light Bearers and David became co-director of Light Bearers. He has been featured on 3ABN and Hope Channel and has been a regular presenter at the annual Generation of Youth for Christ conferences.

A former punk rocker, David became a Seventh-day Adventist Christian at the age of 23 and went on to become a pastor, co-founder of ARISE and author of God in Pain.

Esperanza TV

Esperanza TV (Hope TV) is a Spanish Christian TV channel for North and Central America. It is owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Esperanza TV features programming produced by Adventist churches, colleges, hospitals and institutions, covering religious, health, educational and family life topics. Esperanza TV is a 24-hour broadcaster on satellite and cable networks in north and central America and is available over-the-air in some communities.

Esperanza TV is part of the Hope Channel network. Focusing on balanced, Christian living, with programs covering topics such as mind, body, spirit, family, and community.

Family-friendly

A family-friendly product or service is one that is considered to be suitable for all members of an average family. Family friendly restaurants are ones that provide service to families that have young children.

In censorship debates, the term means cultural works (including art, literature, films, television and music) that are considered by most people to be generally appropriate for children while at the same time palatable to adults. Frequently, the term "Think of the children" is used during a moral panic to censor new forms of media. Often, depiction of nudity, sex, horror, profanity, racial slurs, innuendo, drug use, blasphemy, and racism are declared to be worthy of censorship. Many parents disagree over the ages at which children should be exposed to certain forms of media. The precise definition of "family friendly" can vary depending upon the perceived acceptability of content for children — one of the most challenged books in United States libraries is Captain Underpants, a book that contains toilet humor that parents read out to children. Frequently parents that complain about media that contains profanity attempt to deny other families the ability to choose what is appropriate for their children. The values of the individual family, such as their belief in religion, can also affect whether the family perceives a product as family-friendly.

Frequently, family friendly products avoid marketing solely to children and attempt to make the product palatable to adults as well. Some examples of companies who promote products intended to be family-friendly include INSP, Hallmark, Discovery Family, DreamWorks Animation, Illumination, Me-TV Network, Antenna TV, Light TV, Cozi TV, The Walt Disney Company, Mojang, Roblox, Nickelodeon, Boomerang, Three Angels Broadcasting Network, Hope Channel, Trinity Broadcasting Network, Nintendo, SEGA, Litton Entertainment, Pixar, Sullivan Bluth Studios, Golden Films, Activision Blizzard Studios, and Sierra Entertainment.

Hope Channel Deutsch

Hope Channel Deutsch is a German Christian TV channel for Germany and Eastern Europe. It is operated by Stimme der Hoffnung (German for "Voice of Hope") in Germany which is owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Programmes are also broadcast in Russian. Hope Channel Deutsch features programming produced by Adventist churches, colleges, hospitals and institutions, covering religious, health, educational and family life topics. Hope Channel Deutsch is a 24-hour broadcaster on satellite.

Hope Channel Deutsch is part of the Hope Channel network.

Hope Channel Europe

Hope Channel Europe is a multilingual Christian TV channel for Europe. It is operated by Stimme der Hoffnung (Voice of Hope) in Germany (which also operates Hope Channel Deutsch), and is owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Programmes are broadcast in English, Romanian, Portuguese, Czech, French, Italian, Norwegian, Russian and Ukrainian. Hope Channel Europe features programming produced by Adventist churches, colleges, hospitals and institutions, covering religious, health, educational and family life topics. Hope Channel Europe is a 24-hour broadcaster on satellite.

Hope Channel Europe is part of the Hope Channel network.

Hope Channel Philippines

Hope Channel Philippines is a religious network of the Seventh-day Adventist Church & Gateway UHF Broadcasting in the Philippines. Founded and launched on September 26, 2011 in Southern Mindanao (its main service broadcast provider), and on January 2012 in Luzon and Visayas. It was first seen on UHF Channel 25 in Davao in Mindanao Region.

In Luzon, this station is broadcast from 7pm-7am while its sharing network station form U.S. 3ABN International which aired from 7am-7pm on UHF Channel 45, Manila, but it became a full-time station in mid-2017 after Gateway UHF Broadcasting quietly ended their ties with 3ABN. The network programming is similar to Hope Channel International programming but in Filipino language.

K19FD

K19FD is a low-power television station serving Camp Verde, Arizona. It broadcasts in analog on UHF channel 19 from its transmitter located on Squaw Peak south of town, and is an affiliate of The Hope Channel, the flagship station of the Adventist Television Network (ATN), operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The station is locally owned by Central States Communications.

KEVE-LD

KEVE-LD is a low-power television station licensed to Vancouver, Washington. A translator station of KBLN-TV in Grants Pass, Oregon, the station broadcasts on digital UHF channel 36.1, 36.2, 36.3 and 36.4. Channel 36.1 is Better Life TV, 36.2 is Better Health TV, 36.3 is the Hope Channel and 36.4 is La Esperanza.

On August 8, 2006, the station was granted a construction permit to begin converting operations to digital television with 15 kW on Channel 36.

On March 23, 2009, KEVE-LP went off the air due to a lack of available programming. The station was granted a construction permit to relocate the station to the Portland-Vancouver area.

On March 23, 2010, the FCC granted Consent to Assignment for KEVE-LP from Fiori Media, Inc. to the Southern Oregon Conference Assn. of Seventh-Day Adventists.

On October 24, 2010, KEVE-LD went on the air.

KHBA-LD

KHBA-LD is a low-power television station in Spokane, Washington, broadcasting locally on UHF channel 35. Founded June 1, 1992, the station is owned by He's Alive Broadcasting Association, an indirect subsidiary of the Upper Columbia Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, and broadcasts from a transmitter located atop Krell Ridge, southeast of Spokane.

List of analog television stations in the Philippines

This is a list of analog television stations in the Philippines. Currently, there are three major networks competing for bigger audience share; ABS-CBN Corporation, GMA Network Inc. and TV5 Network Inc. Major free-to-air networks are popularly known by their flagship channels (example GMA 7 (Manila) instead of simply GMA Network). Analog television in the Philippines began to shut down on February 28, 2017, and is scheduled to complete by 2023. Currently, all analog TV stations are still using the NTSC standard.

List of television stations in Oklahoma

This is a list of broadcast television stations serving cities in the U.S. state of Oklahoma.

Maranatha Volunteers International

Maranatha Volunteers International (Maranatha) is a non-profit Christian organization founded in 1969 and is based in Roseville, California United States with offices in Canada, Latin America, India and Mozambique.

It is a supporting ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church with the primary focus of organizing volunteers to build churches and schools in developing nations.

Mark Finley

Mark A. Finley (born 1945) is the former host and director of It Is Written (from 1991–2004), for which he traveled around the world as a televangelist, and spoke on the weekly television show It Is Written. He was the first Seventh-day Adventist pastor to do a satellite evangelistic series.

He also served as one vice-president out of nine for the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and has written over 74 published books.

Evangelism is where Finley made his mark on the world, presenting more than 150 evangelistic meeting series around the globe in about 80 countries with resulting baptisms numbering in the thousands. His best known association is as a television speaker for the current series Experience Hope, a weekly broadcast of the Hope Channel; for the It Is Written telecast of 13 years; and also for the first two NET evangelism satellite series broadcast in North America. He was again televised for the fourth time in the autumn of 2008 as speaker for the annual North American NET series. He has preached 17 NET series broadcast throughout the world. He uses his preaching and evangelism gifts to teach others in seminars, field schools and evangelism institutes. He has written more than 70 books, as well as numerous seminar presentations, major evangelistic series, teaching manuals, and magazine articles. His recorded seminars and series, available for purchase in various media formats, numbers about 20. He also writes a series of Bible studies published monthly in Adventist World.

Finley and his wife, Ernestine “Teenie,” have three children.

Finley's parents, James and Gloria Finley, started and managed two businesses through the years: Finley Screw Machine Products and James Wright Industries. Finley has three younger sisters.

Media ministries of the Seventh-day Adventist Church

There are a number of media ministries associated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church. These come in print, radio and television forms and reach countries all around the globe. The Adventist church has a long history of media-based communication, having grown out of the Millerite movement of the 1840s which heavily used the print media. Some of the media ministries are directly funded by the church, while others are self-supporting organizations that rely on donations.

All the main Adventist broadcast ministries have engaged in worldwide outreach via numerous crusades and rallies. Worldwide outreach is also conducted by Adventist World Radio mostly via shortwave radio transmissions, but also via AM, FM, satellite, Internet, including social media platforms, and direct-to-home satellite radio transmissions. Broadcasting is currently done from 10 transmitter sites in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas.

My Last Day Without You

My Last Day Without You is an independent feature film starring Nicole Beharie and Ken Duken, and directed by Stefan Schaefer. It was written by Schaefer and Christoph Silber, and produced by Diane Crespo, Silber and Schaefer and their companies Cicala Filmworks and Silver Shepherd.

Festival screenings include, among others: Brooklyn International Film Festival, Oldenburg International Film Festival, Heartland Film Festival, Hawaii International Film Festival, Lone Star Film Festival, Atlanta Film Festival, Sedona International Film Festival, and Langston Hughes African American Film Festival.

The film opened in the US on Oct. 4th, 2013 in AMC Theatres, and had its cable premiere on April 21, 2014 on Up TV. It released in theaters, on TV and via VOD in many international territories, handled by Mission Pictures International. DVD and VOD release in the US was Dec. 1, 2014.

This film was co-produced by Klaus Popa and Matthias Muller, and was licensed by Stimme der Hoffnung e.V. It screened in German-speaking territories on HOPE Channel TV and in a number of cinemas in Germany and other countries.

Nuevo Tiempo

Nuevo Tiempo (New Times) is a Spanish Christian TV channel and radio station for Central and South America, a version in Spanish language of the Brazilian channel Novo Tempo. Produced at the Adventist Media Center-Brazil from Nova Friburgo, Rio de Janeiro. There are repeaters stations in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru & Uruguay. It is owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Nuevo Tiempo features programming produced by Adventist churches, colleges, hospitals and institutions, covering religious, health, educational and family life topics. Nuevo Tiempo is a 24-hour broadcaster on satellite and cable networks in South America and is available over-the-air in some communities.

Nuevo Tiempo is part of the Hope Channel network.

SperanțaTV

Speranta is a Christian television channel in Romania, broadcast in the Romanian language. It is owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Speranta features programming produced by Adventist churches, colleges, hospitals and institutions, covering religious, health, educational and family life topics. Speranta is a 24-hour broadcaster on satellite.

Speranta is part of the Hope Channel network.

WTPM-LD

WTPM-LD (digital channel 28, virtual channel 45) is a digital low power, religious television station located in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. The station is owned by the Corporation of the Seventh Day Adventists of West Puerto Rico. this station is Branded as Paraíso TV Canal 45.

Hope Channel network

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