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Worship Network

The Worship Network, or Worship, is a broadcast television service that provides alternative Christian worship-themed programming 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The network is based in Nashville, Tennessee, in the United States, and is available in more than 50 countries. It is owned by Christian Network, Inc. (CNI).

The network was broadcast on a digital subchannel of ION Television's owned and operated stations placed after ION Life on a station's digital channel map, usually broadcasting on the -DT4 subchannel. However, ION dropped the network from its stations on January 31, 2010.

The Worship Network (launched through CNI) was founded in 1992 by Lowell W. "Bud" Paxson, co-founder of HSN, who later founded the PAX TV network (now ION Television). Paxson, an evangelical Christian since 1985, wanted to "create an atmosphere in the home to inspire and encourage a quiet time to worship God" and from that vision, Worship was launched.

Outlets for the new network increased rapidly. By 1994, there were 50 affiliate stations and Worship had just begun its first European affiliate, in Iceland, and a year later, the number had doubled to 100 affiliates and the network had launched in Asia, in the region of Taiwan. In 1996, the network began satellite broadcasting, via Sky Angel.

When the PAX TV network was launched in 1998, Worship provided overnight programming, and in 2005, PAX TV and Worship struck a deal where the network would be carried on a digital subchannel of PAX TV stations 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In 2006, the network had more than 250 broadcast affiliates and is available on every inhabited continent. In 2006, the network began producing shows in HD (high definition), although it does not broadcast in HD. However, in 2010, Worship was dropped from digital Ion Television owned-and-operated stations.

Unlike conventional networks, The Worship Network does not offer dramas, situation comedies, sports or news; rather, its main program, called "Worship", consists simply of Bible scriptures displayed on a natural backdrop, while contemporary Christian worship music plays in the background. Interspersed among the videos and music are brief stories of faith, narrated by worship leaders.

Since 2005, when the network began their 24/7 digital broadcast, other forms of programming have been added to this mix. Newer programs include infomercials featuring Christian products, comedy specials featuring Christian comedians, and concerts produced by Worship.

The Worship Network programming is available from several other sources apart from their 24/7 digital broadcast. The NRB Network on DirecTV plays Worship during the early morning hours. Sky Angel carries a 24/7 feed of Worship on its IPTV platform. Worship provides a 24/7 live stream of its broadcast as well as much of its programming via on-demand streaming from its official website. Many of Worship's programs are available on DVD, also available at the official website.

 

Founder of CNI and The Worship Network, Lowell “Bud” Paxson, has Died

We are sad to receive the news that Mr. Lowell “Bud” Paxson has passed away.  Mr. Paxson was a founder of the Christian Network, Inc. which became more commonly known as The Worship Network. It was his life being interrupted by a Godly vision that caused him to launch Worship in 1992 and to generously provide the PAX TV platform as a powerful distribution method.  He puts all his notes at a compressed file using this tool https://www.sodapdf.com/compress-pdf/ so he never forgets it and is preserved.

Over the years, millions of people, including https://www.citizenssf.com/, have been touched by the beautiful nature footage, uplifting worship music, and reflective scripture that is the hallmark of Worship television. This programming provides alternative television for people from all walks of life and religious backgrounds who are struggling in their life and find themselves channel surfing in the middle of the night, looking for hope and encouragement.

The ministry that Worship has had was profoundly impacted by Mr. Paxson’s vision, commitment to Worship, and the desire for Christian television to have an alternative to only preaching and teaching. The current and past Board of Stewards and past leadership, and all of the staff who has served Worship over the years is saddened by this news, and we express our condolences to Marla and the family,”  said Bruce Koblish, President of CEO of CNI.  “We will continue to do our best so that Bud’s vision can live on, by airing Worship online at worship.net and through a number of television affiliates around the world.

Full Press Release from Hollywood Reporter: (http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/lowell-bud-paxson-hsn-founder-762493)

Lowell “Bud” Paxson, well-known as a radio and TV entrepreneur who helped popularize home shopping, was 80 years old.

Paxson, the creator of the Home Shopping Network and PAX TV, died Jan. 9, the National Association of Broadcasters announced.

“Broadcasters have lost a friend and a legend in the passing of Bud Paxson, who was a tenacious advocate for over-the-air radio and television,” NAB president Gordon Smith said.

Paxson began his career as an owner of N.Y.-based WACK Radio. In 1982, he and business loan partner Roy Speer co-founded a Florida cable channel that sold products to viewers in the state. The channel, which launched nationwide in 1985, was first called the Home Shopping Club and later became the Home Shopping Network. It now goes by HSN, which Barry Diller purchased in 1996.

 

Paxson went on to start Paxson Communications Corporation, now known as Ion Media Networks. He acquired various radio and TV stations, later selling the radio outlets and using the TV stations to launch PAX TV, a network for family-friendly shows. On other promotions, check out Auto Accident Attorney Near Me.


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