TBN Enlace USA


TBN Enlace USA

Infobox Network
network_name = TBN Enlace USA
network_
country = United States of America
network_type = religious broadcasting
available = National; broadcast worldwide
affiliation = Trinity Broadcasting Network
website = [http://www.tbnenlaceusa.org/ www.tbnenlaceusa.org]

TBN Enlace USA, also known as TBN Enlace or Enlace USA, is the United States version of the Spanish-language cable television network providing Christian programming to the Hispanic community. The network, which works in a joint partnership with Trinity Broadcasting Network, strives to bring culturally-relevant, faith-based television to Hispanics of all age groups.

The network's lineup consists of programming familiar to the long-time TBN viewer: church services, music videos, talk shows and children’s programs. Its church services feature standard TBN preachers, such as Benny Hinn, Rod Parsley and Joyce Meyer. Their main programming, however, is made up of notable preachers from Latin America, such as Claudio Freidzon of Argentina, Cash Luna from Guatemala, Guillermo Maldonado, and musicians such as Marcos Witt, Raza for Christ, Jennifer Salinas and Ruth Mixter. Most of the programming is actually produced in Latin America, with their headquarters in San Jose, Costa Rica, as they claim that their viewers want shows from their own culture, especially when it relates to something as personal as faith.

TBN Enlace USA is currently available through various cable services nationwide, on digital subchannel X.4 in areas of the United States with a TBN DTV station, and all across North America on Glorystar direct-to-home satellite, coming soon to DISH Network and DIRECTV: TBA. The network is also available via streaming video on their official website.

External links

* [http://www.tbnenlaceusa.org/ Official Site]
* [http://www.tbnenlaceusa.com/include/TBNE_ProSched_2006_Jun_Engl.pdf Programming Schedule] (PDF)


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