Hope Channel

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Hope Channel
Hope channel.png
Hope Channel logo
Launched October 10, 2003
Owned by Seventh-day Adventist Church
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Slogan Television That Will Change Your Life
Language English
Broadcast area International
Headquarters Silver Spring, Maryland, United States
Website www.hopetv.org
Availability
Satellite
DirecTV (U.S.) Channel 368
Available on several other satellite systems worldwide Check local listings
Glorystar (U.S.) Channel 104
Cable
Check local listings
Parasat Cable TV (Philippines) Channel 17
Moana Cable TV (American Samoa) Channel 14 (Hope International) & 61 (Samoan Language)
Streaming media
Digital media receiver Roku

Hope Channel is the official television network of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and a Christian lifestyle television network. A global network, there are 23 Hope Channels worldwide, all of which provide programs that are contextualized to the language and culture of each audience. Focusing on balanced, Christian living, Hope Channel programs cover topics such as mind, body, spirit, family, and community. Hope Channel is available of DIRECTV, Channel 368, Roku, and online at www.HopeTV.org.

Hope Channel Network[edit]

Hope Channel is broadcast throughout the world:

On Satellite[edit]

  • Hope Channel (HC) - English (North and Central America)
  • Hope Channel International (HCI) - English
  • Hope Church Channel - English
  • Hope Channel Australia (HCA) - English
  • Esperanza TV - Spanish (North and Central America)
  • Nuevo Tiempo - Spanish (South America)
  • Novo Tempo - Portuguese
  • Speranta - Romanian
  • Hope Channel Europe (HCE) - English, Romanian, Portuguese, Czech, French, Italian, Norwegian, Russian and Ukrainian - Hope Channel Ukraine
  • Hope Channel Deutsch - German
  • Hope Channel Indonesia - Indonesian
  • Hope Channel Philippines - Filipino/Tagalog/Cebuano
  • Hope Channel UK
  • Hope Channel Polska - Polish
  • Hope Channel Korea - Korean
  • Hope Channel Middle East[1]

Internet Channels[edit]

OnDemand Channels[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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

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