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|Founded||November 15, 1984|
|Founder||Danny and Linda Shelton|
|United States, Canada, Caribbean, Philippines, Russia, Kenya, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, Papua New Guinea, India, Martinique, Australia, United Kingdom|
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The Three Angels Broadcasting Network, or 3ABN, is a Seventh-day Adventist television and radio network which broadcasts religious and health-oriented programming, based in West Frankfort, Illinois, United States. Although it is not formally tied to any particular church or denomination, much of its programming teaches Adventist doctrine and many of its personnel are members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Three Angels Broadcasting Network is located in West Frankfort, Illinois.In July 2017, 3ABN announced the sale of 60 low-powered television (LPTV) stations and 10 LPTV construction permits to Edge Spectrum. In October 2017, 3ABN announced the sale of 14 LPTV stations to HC2 Holdings.
The stated goal of 3ABN's programming is a blend of family and social programs, health and lifestyle, gospel music, and a wide variety of Bible-based presentations.
3ABN maintains several distinct subchannels, separated by language and format.
As of early 2009, 3ABN's main TV channel had 69% original programming; 3ABN Latino had 67% original programming; and 3ABN Russia had 100% original programming.
The 3ABN International network has the same/similar lineup of programs as 3ABN's flagship network. 3ABN International carries "3ABN Now", the flagship program and some other programming produced by 3ABN Australia.
Not only 3ABN produced their programming at their World Headquarters in West Frankfort, Illinois, 3ABN also produces and carries their programming in their world branches at Three Angels Russian Evangelism Centre in Nizhny Novgorod in Russia and 3ABN Australia Production Centre in Morisset, New South Wales in Australia.
3ABN television networks are available viewing through various ways and platforms like international satellites including DISH Network (United States), local downlink stations (United States), cable television, Internet, YouTube, Facebook, 3ABN mobile app with Apple and Android mobile devices, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, MySDATV, Apple TV (4th and 5th Generation and future), FaithStream (Australia), Verizon FiOS, Truli, Vision TV UK (United Kingdom), Transvision NetWork (France, Antilles-Guyana and Reunion), VAST Satellite (Australia), Click TV (Papua New Guinea), Sky Direct (Philippines). 3ABN radio networks are available listening through local radio stations, international satellites, 3ABN mobile app with Apple and Android mobile devices, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, MySDATV, Apple TV, FaithStream (Australia) FaithStream and the Internet.
Amazing Facts is a non-profit Seventh-day Adventist evangelistic ministry. based on the teachings of Scripture, and is a worldwide ministry based in Sacramento, California, which conducts seminars and streams by satellite, 24 hours a day, seven days a week on TV and satellite across North America and the world. It especially focuses on the Three Angels' Messages of Revelation 14. Beginning as a radio program dedicated to Christian evangelism, it has expanded into television programming, training, lifestyle, educational, health, prophecy seminars and online Bible study ministries.
It Is Written is an internationally broadcast Seventh-day Adventist Christian television program founded in 1956 by George Vandeman. Its title comes from the Gospel of Matthew: "It is written, 'Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.'" The programs are produced by the Adventist Media Center in California.
Religious broadcasting is the dissemination of television and/or radio content that intentionally has religious ideas, religious experience, or religious practice as its core focus. In some countries, religious broadcasting developed primarily within the context of public service provision, whilst in others, it has been driven more by religious organisations themselves. Across Europe and in the US and Canada, religious broadcasting began in the earliest days of radio, usually with the transmission of religious worship, preaching or "talks". Over time, formats evolved to include a broad range of styles and approaches, including radio and television drama, documentary, and chat show formats, as well as more traditional devotional content. Today, many religious organizations record sermons and lectures, and have moved into distributing content on their own web-based IP channels.
Sky Angel was an U.S. operator of Christian television networks; it operated three channels, Angel One, Angel Two, and KTV, all of which were exclusive to Dish Network. The company's corporate headquarters were located in Naples, Florida. The company also operated a Chattanooga, Tennessee location where programming, engineering and network operations resided.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church has a number of supporting, parachurch, independent, self-supporting and other such organizations that work adjunct or in association with the official church.
Hope Channel International, Inc is a Christian lifestyle television network and is a subsidiary company of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. The network operates globally, with 59 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, Cable television, satellite, multiple channels are available via Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Hope Channel app available at App Store for Apple users and at Google Play Store for Android users, via FaithStream and online at www.HopeTV.org.
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.
W07CL is a low-power television station in Auburn, Indiana, broadcasting locally on VHF channel 7 as a full-time affiliate of the Three Angels Broadcasting Network. The station is a full-time repeater of 3ABN programming, with local programming appearing only on rare occasions.
WWME-CD, virtual channel 23, is a Class A television station licensed to Chicago, Illinois, United States, which serves as the flagship station of MeTV and Heroes & Icons. Owned by locally based Weigel Broadcasting, it is a sister station to fellow Weigel flagship properties, CW affiliate WCIU-TV and independent station WMEU-CD. The three stations share studios on Halsted Street in the Greektown neighborhood; WWME-CD's transmitter is located atop the Willis Tower on South Wacker Drive in the Chicago Loop.
Loma Linda Broadcasting Network (LLBN) is a non-profit, community and variety television, Christian broadcasting network in Loma Linda, California founded in 1996. Broadcast can be received via GloryStar Satellite Systems - Galaxy 19, Internet video streaming on each website, IPTV services such as Roku and Roku devices, Joozoor TV and many more, and Verizon FiOS and cable/low and high power TV stations in select areas. LLBN English broadcasts on Glorystar channel 105, along with LLBN Arabic on Glorystar channel 405 and LLBN Latino on Glorystar channel 505. It is located in Loma Linda which is known as one of only five blue zones worldwide from the surrounding Seventh-day Adventist community from which it draws for its programs, with values and lifestyle centered on the Seventh-day Adventist Church and from the Loma Linda University and Hospital nearby.
Enlace is a Latin American Christian-based broadcast television network. Enlace provides Inspirational Christian programming to the Hispanic community. The network features faith-based programming to Hispanics of all age groups. Enlace's primary headquarters are in San José, Costa Rica. In addition, Enlace owns and operates studios, offices, and call centers in most Latin American countries.
K36NE-D is a low-power Class A television station in Las Vegas, Nevada, broadcasting locally in digital on UHF channel 43 as an affiliate of the Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN). Founded on February 22, 1995, the station is owned by HC2 Holdings.
DWVN-TV, is a digital 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, Rizal; sharing facilities with DWLA 105.9.
K33LN-D is a low-power Class A television station in Minneapolis, Minnesota, broadcasting locally in digital on UHF channel 33. The station is owned by HC2 Holdings. The station was owned by 3ABN until 2017, when it was included in a $9.6 million sale of 14 stations to HC2 Holdings.
K21DO-D is a low-power Class A television station in Palm Springs, California, broadcasting locally in digital on UHF channel 21 as an affiliate of 3ABN. Founded October 29, 1991, the station is owned by HC2 Holdings. The station was owned by 3ABN until 2017, when it was included in a $9.6 million sale of 14 stations to HC2 Holdings.
Radio 74 Internationale is a network of Christian radio stations, broadcasting Christian Talk and Teaching programs as well as traditional Christian music.
TBN Salsa is an American Christian-based digital broadcast television network that is owned by the Trinity Broadcasting Network. The network offers a mix of religious and family-oriented programming aimed at Hispanic Americans primarily or exclusively fluent in the English language.
Parables TV is a global subscription-based provider of streaming Christian and other faith-based movies and TV series. Parables TV is owned by Olympusat. Parables TV features a library of subscription video on demand (SVOD) movies, documentaries, children’s programming, original productions and TV series, as well as a streaming linear TV channel which has a daily schedule. Parables TV was established June 2009 in Florida. The CEO of Parables TV is Bob Higley, who also sits on the board of the organization Christians in Media. Vice president of programming is Issac Hernandez, who also serves on the Film Standing Committee with National Religious Broadcasters (NRB).