Alfa Omega TV, the First Christian Television Channel in Romania, Celebrates 15 Years of Satellite Broadcasting

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Since June 2006, the Alfa Omega TV channel has broadcast 24/7 by satellite over Romania and throughout Europe, free-to-air and available to any viewer.

Now, Alfa Omega TV,  the first Christian television channel in Romania, is celebrating 15 years of satellite broadcasting.

Over the years, the Alfa Omega TV channel was introduced in all major cable networks in Romania, being included in the “must-carry” list of TV channel since 2010, the list that is established each year by our CNA (National Audiovisual Council).

“Every year, on average, we produce and translate over 1,000 hours of informative shows, prayer ministry programs, testimonies, films, documentaries, children’s programs, some of them being also distributed online,” said founder Tudor Petan.

“Because we receive over 4,000 prayer requests every year, we produce and broadcast live every week on TV and online the show The Way, The Truth and The Life, when we pray and minister to the viewers,” Petan said in an e-mail update on the ministry.

In 2021, Alfa Omega also celebrates 20 years of production for “Christian World News,” the first Christian weekly news program in Romanian, produced in partnership with CBN.

Petan said: “To meet the growing need to understand the times, a few years ago we launched ‘Realities and Perspectives’ to comment on current events, as well as additional news programs ‘Realities and Perspectives – Magazine’ and AO News bringing daily breaking news modules.

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SOURCE: Assist News Service, Michael Ireland