Fe-TV

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Fe-TV
Type Broadcast, satellite
Country United States
Availability United States
temporarily off-the-air
Owner Faith Pleases God Church
Key people
Aracelis Ortiz co-founder
Carlos Ortiz co-founder (deceased)
Clark Ortiz, President
Official website
www.fe-tv.com

Fe-TV is a Spanish-language broadcast television network providing Christian programming to the Hispanic community. Based in Harlingen, Texas, the network is an outreach of Faith Pleases God Church, along with sister network La Familia Network (LFN). In August 2006, the network went off the air for what the Fe-TV website described as rebuilding and expansion. The network expected the downtime to be six months; it turned out to be over a year, as Fe-TV was not seen again until September 2007.

Programming[edit]

Fe-TV programming is very similar to that found on major English-language Christian networks: preaching, Biblical instruction, music and talk shows. Most of the ministers appearing on Fe-TV are Spanish speakers, however a few English-language ministers, such as Joyce Meyer and Benny Hinn, also appear on the network, their words dubbed into Spanish.

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