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Enlace
Enlace TBN USA.png
LaunchedSeptember 9, 1988; 30 years ago (1988-09-09)
(as Canal 23 Costa Rica)
November 1, 1996; 22 years ago (1996-11-01)
(as Enlace)
Owned byEnlace Internacional
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 480i/576i for the SDTV feed)
Slogan
  • Una imagen de lo alto (2015-present)
  • Una imagen que viene de lo alto (1996-2015)
Sister channel(s)EJTV
WebsiteEnlace
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital terrestrial television
(United States)
x.4 on TBN stations
Satellite
DirecTVChannel 448
Dish NetworkChannel 9411
GlorystarChannel 201
IPTV
AT&T U-verseChannel 3078
Verizon FiOSChannel 1740

Enlace is a Latin American Christian-based broadcast television network. Enlace provides Inspirational Christian programming to the Hispanic community. The network features culturally relevant, faith-based programming to Hispanics of all age groups.[1] 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.

In the United States, Enlace is distributed by Trinity Broadcasting Network (as Enlace TBN); its broadcast facilities are located in Irving, Texas.[2]

History

In 1981 Jonas González Rodriguez visited NASA’s base in Houston, TX and he had a vision of creating a Christian television network for Latin America and the world. On April 2, 1984 Rodriguez sent a letter to Costa Rica's national Radio control department when they communicate new projects on television and the union of Christian radio stations in Central America. On July 17, 1986 he was awarded television license under Number 167 for use of the channel 23 UHF frequency in the Metropolitan region of Costa Rica.

In 1987 saw the establishment of an office in San Antonio, TX in the Continental Building. In August 1988, TBN founder Paul Crouch donated a driver with 10 watts to Channel 23. Later engineer Ricardo Jarquín installed the first transmitter for Channel 23. Channel 23 began transmitting on September 9, 1988. In January 1990 they installed a transmitter with 1000 watts in the Irazú volcano. During 1991 a trademark was filed for the name Enlace. In 1992 Channel 23 began expansion progress. The channel installed three repeaters in Limón, Santa Elena and Cerro de la Muerte. In 1994, Channel 23 opened its first studio. Later on August 2 of that year Channel 23 began transmitting vía satellite during TBN’s flagship program Praise the Lord. In 1996 Enlace launched on the Mexican satellite Soldaridad 2 transmitting 24 hours a day, extending their signal all over Latin America. During 1998 they changed their satellite to Pas-5 extending all over Europe. In 2000 they changed their satellite again to Pas-9, also on that year Enlace Juvenil TV was launched. In 2002 TBN Enlace USA was launched as part of TBN's digital lineup alongside The Church Channel and JCTV. In 2003, Enlace started transmitting on the satellites Hispasat-1C and Hotbird 6 extending to the Middle East. In 2005, Enlace started transmitting on Galaxy 23 and Galaxy 19 extending to North America. In 2006 they moved transmission to the satellite Galaxy 14.

In 2007 Enlace started changes in Costa Rica.[clarification needed] Also on that year Enlace launched on the Nossa TV platform in Brazil transmitting on its satellite Galaxy 28. In 2008, Enlace and Enlace Juvenil received new imagery and look. Also on that year Enlace started transmitting on DirecTV Latin America for the very first time on their satellite Galaxy 3C.

Background

The network's lineup consists of various inspirational and faith programs including church services, music videos, concerts, talk shows, children's programs, and movies. Over 80% of its programs are produced in Latin America by ministries such as Claudio Freidzon of Argentina, Cash Luna of Casa De Dios in Guatemala, and U.S. Hispanic organizations such as Guillermo Maldonado of Miami, Florida, and Danilo Montero of Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas.

Availability

The network is available via free-to-air satellite. The channel is available over-the-air in the metropolitan Costa Rica area on channel 23. The channel is available in all Latin American cable providers.

Having been launched in the United States on May 1, 2002, Enlace is currently available through various cable providers nationwide, and is carried over-the-air on digital subchannels of TBN owned-and-operated and affiliated stations, usually on the fourth subchannel. Enlace is also available across North America, including Mexico on Glorystar Christian Satellite. The network is also streamed on Enlace and TBN's official website for use externally in browsers and media players, available at different speeds for dial-up and broadband connections, and is also available through TBN's iOS, Google Play and Roku apps.

On December 16, 2009, DirecTV in the United States began carrying Enlace on channel 448, making it available for part of its various English, Spanish and international packages.[3] In February 2011, Dish Network began carrying Enlace on channel 9411.[4]

References

External links

This page was last edited on 2 March 2019, at 19:46
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