It may be hard for Westerners to imagine, but until recently Turkey’s most popular satellite television network had zero Christian programming. But all that has changed now, as I reported for WORLD online.
For the first time, millions of people in Turkey watching government-regulated satellite television will be able to find Christian programming.
Shows created by SAT-7 TÜRK, a satellite TV ministry reaching the Middle East and North Africa, began broadcasting on Turkey’s most-watched satellite, Türksat 4A, in recent weeks, Mission Network News announced. The new channel airs dramas, documentaries, and worship programs, as well as content for women and youth.
“We are overwhelmed and truly believe it is a miracle that we can finally broadcast on Türksat,” SAT-7 Executive Director Melih Ekener said in a press release. Ekener also said the company had been hoping and praying satellite access since 2006, when it began airing SAT-7 ARABIC.
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