VICTORY TV Started on YahSat-1A at 52.5E New TP Frequency 2021

VICTORY TV Started on YahSat-1A at 52.5E New TP Frequency 2021

VICTORY TV
On
YahSat-1A @52.5E
TP: 12072 V 27500
MPEG4/HD/FTA
Started Transmission
Today Latest Update November 20/11/2021

Victory Television Network (VTN) is a state network of religious independent television stations serving the U.S. state of Arkansas. Operating under the call signs KVTH-DT, KVTJ-DT and KVTN-DT, it is owned and operated by Victory Television Network, Inc., which holds the licenses for all of the VTN stations. The network’s studio facilities are located on Napa Valley Drive in western Little Rock.

Background

The Victory Television Network was founded in 1988, by husband-and-wife Happy and Jeanne Caldwell. KVTN in Little Rock was the first station in the service to sign on the air, launching on December 1, 1988. VTN’s programming is available on more than 225 cable systems across Arkansas, and KVTN is also carried on satellite within the Little Rock market through DirecTV and Dish Network.

VTN is the only Christian-oriented television network headquartered in Arkansas—the over-the-air signals and cable and satellite distribution of KVTN, KVTJ and KVTH reach 1.2 million homes across the state of Arkansas, western Tennessee (including the Memphis area), the bootheel of Missouri and portions of northern Mississippi. It is also one of the few religious independent stations that is located outside of a major U.S. television market.

VTN carries a combination of the most popular nationally syndicated Christian programs, as well as locally produced religious shows. The network also produces original program features such as Community Connection, More Than Champions and Southern Gospel Notes.

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