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Fe-TV

Fe-TV
Type Broadcast, satellite
Country United States
Availability United States
temporarily off-the-air
Owner Faith Pleases God Church
Key people
Aracelis Ortiz co-founder
Carlos Ortiz co-founder (deceased)
Clark Ortiz, President
Official website
www.fe-tv.com

Fe-TV is a Spanish-language broadcast television network providing Christian programming to the Hispanic community. Based in Harlingen, Texas, the network is an outreach of Faith Pleases God Church, a charismatic megachurch in Harlingen, along with sister network La Familia Network (LFN). In August 2006, the network went off the air for what the Fe-TV website described as rebuilding and expansion. The network expected the downtime to be six months; it turned out to be over a year, as Fe-TV was not seen again until September 2007.

Programming

Fe-TV programming is very similar to that found on major English-language Christian networks: preaching, Biblical instruction, music and talk shows. Most of the ministers appearing on Fe-TV are Spanish speakers, however a few English-language ministers, such as Joyce Meyer and Benny Hinn, also appear on the network, their words dubbed into Spanish.

External links

  • (Spanish) Official website
  • Faith Pleases God Church website
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