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The Family Channel (American TV network, founded 2008)

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The Family Channel
TypeBroadcast television network
Country
AvailabilityNationwide via OTA digital television
(covering 21% of the U.S.)[1]
OwnerValCom
Luken Communications
Launch date
December 15, 2008 (as My Family TV)
December 2013 (as The Family Channel)
Former names
My Family TV
Faith TV
Official website
www.famchannel.com
ReplacedFaith TV

The Family Channel is an American general entertainment television network owned by Luken Communications, and based in Chattanooga, Tennessee.[2][3]

History

In September 2008, ValCom announced that they would purchase the assets of Faith TV, relaunching it as a more broadly-distributed family television network.[4] On December 15, 2008, ValCom deal to purchase Faith TV closed and they relaunched Faith TV as My Family TV.[5] On October 1, 2009, ValCom completed the purchase of the network after making its final $250,000 payment.[6] The network had no connections with the similarly-named MyNetworkTV programming service, owned by Fox Television Stations.

On March 22, 2011, ValCom announced that My Family TV would become a joint venture with Luken Communications.[2][3] Many of the programs seen on My Family TV, such as Route 66, Lassie, Highway to Heaven and Daniel Boone also aired on sister network RTV.

In December 2013, Luken Communications rebranded MyFamilyTV as The Family Channel.[7] "The Family Channel" name was formerly used by the cable channel owned by Christian Broadcasting Network that became Freeform in January 2016; outside of some shared public domain programming once aired in the CBN/Family Channel era of Freeform, the two networks have no relation to each other.

Affiliates

City Station Virtual
channel
Physical
channel
Owner Comments

Alabama

Birmingham WSWH-LD 22.3 22 Luken Communications
Fayette WSSF-LD 51.5 15 Ettie Clark
Berry WSFG-LD 51.5 38
Opelika, Alabama WQMK-LP 18.2 18 Ben Jordan
Scottsboro WNAL-LD 32.1 31 Luken Communications

Arizona

Lake Havasu City KLHU-CD 45.1 45 Jensen Media Group

Arkansas

Bentonville K28NT-D 48.1 28 Victory Communications
Monroe-El Dorado KCIB-LD 5.1 5 Immanuel Baptist Church

California

Fresno KSDI-LP 33.2 44 Cocola Broadcasting
Redding KGEC-LD 26.3 26 Cooper Communications
San Jose KAXT-CD 1.2 42 KAXT LLC

Colorado

Cortez K26CI-D 27.3 26 Southwest Colorado TV Translator Association
Denver KZDN-LD 16.5 16 Syncom Media Group

Florida

Inglis-Yankeetown WYKE-CD 47.1 47 Citrus County Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc.
Orlando WRCF-CD 29.1 35.3 LocusPoint Networks
WSWF-LD 10.1 45 Mundial Media Productions
Miami/Ft. Lauderdale WBEH-CD 38.1 38 Prime Time Partners, LLC
St. Augustine/Jacksonville WQXT-CD 22.6 28 A1A TV, Inc.
Tampa/St. Petersburg WDNP-LD 36.1 36 Luken Communications

Georgia

Atlanta WANN-CD 32.6 29 Prism Broadcasting Network
Augusta WBPI-CD 49.1 49 Watchmen Broadcasting
Dalton WDNN-CD 49 49 North Georgia Television
Summerville WKSY-LD 21.2 22 Audio Graphics, Inc.

Idaho

Twin Falls KCTF-LP 45 45 Christian Broadcasting of Idaho, Inc.

Indiana

Evansville WYYW-CD 15.2 15 Evansville Low Power Partnership
Indianapolis WSOT-LD 27.1 27 Sunnycrest Baptist Church

Kansas

Wichita KSMI-LP 51.2 51 Great Plains Television Network
Garden City/Sublette KDGL-LD 23.4 23 High Plains Broadcasting

Kentucky

Harlan WAGV 44.4 51 Living Faith Ministries
Paducah-Cape Girardeau WUWT-CD 26.2 26 Harpole Telecom, Inc.

Louisiana

Hammond WSTY-LP 23.1 23 Ponchatrain Inverstors, LLC
Lake Charles KYHT-LD 43.3 43 GGAV Media Corporation
McComb, MS WEAZ-LD 36.1 49 Luken Communications

Michigan

West Branch WUWB-LD 20.4 20 M33 Media, LLC

Mississippi

Cleveland/Greenwood WPYM-LD 38.1 38 Luken Communications

Montana

Glasgow K20JS-D 20.1 20 Valley County TV District #1
Fort Peck K47CY-D 47.1 47

Nevada

Pahrump KPVM-LP 46.3 46 Vernon Van Winkle

North Carolina

Raleigh WAUG-LD 8.2 8 St. Augustine's University

Pennsylvania

Charleroi WWAT-CD 45.1 45 Local Media TV
Pittsburgh 31.3 31 Luken Communications

Puerto Rico

Arecibo WMEI 14.2 14 Max Media
Ponce WQQZ-CD 33.2 30

South Carolina

Greenville WGGS-TV 16.2 16 Carolina Christian Broadcasting
Myrtle Beach WTNG-CD 14.3 14 Dilicast Broadcast Services

Tennessee

Knoxville, Tennessee WKXT-LD 34.1 34 Luken Communications

Texas

Beaumont KAOB-LD 27.3 27 C. Dowen Johnson
Crockett/Tyler KIVY-LD 16.2 16 Leon Hunt
Houston KUGB 28.5 28 Frequency Communications, Inc.
Wichita Falls K24HH-D 24.3 24 Christian Family Television Network, Inc.

Utah

Cedar City KCSG 14.2 14 Southwest Media, LLC
Kanab K28IT-D 6.1 28 Western Kane County Service District
Logan KUTO-LD 15.2 15 Soule Video Productions

West Virginia

Bluefield WLFB 40.4 40 Living Faith Ministries
Huntington WJOS-LD 58.1 45 William A. Barnhardt

References

  1. ^ "The Top 25 Digital Broadcast Networks". TVNewsCheck.com. 17 June 2014. Retrieved 28 December 2014.
  2. ^ a b Frank, Judy (March 22, 2011). "Chattanooga's Luken Communications Enters Joint Venture With ValCom Entertainment Company". Chattanoogan. Retrieved March 30, 2011.
  3. ^ a b "ValCom, Inc. Announces Joint Venture With Luken Communications". Marketwire. March 22, 2011. Retrieved March 30, 2011.
  4. ^ "Valcom to Purchase Faith TV; Re-launch as Family Television Network". tvover.net. September 3, 2008. Retrieved April 1, 2011.
  5. ^ "ValCom, Inc. Closes Deal With Faith TV; Ready to Launch "My Family TV" Network". MarketWire. December 15, 2008. Retrieved April 1, 2011.
  6. ^ "MyFamilyTV now solely owned by Valcom". Tampa Bay Business Journal. October 1, 2009. Retrieved April 1, 2011.
  7. ^ "Luken Communications launches The Family Channel". RBR-TVBR. Retrieved 13 May 2014.

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