The Impact Network, the only African American owned and operated Christian television network in the United States, will soon be available on Verizon Fios. The network features programming on urban ministries and gospel lifestyle entertainment.
“Verizon’s dedication to diversity is evident, and we’re proud of their ongoing commitment to the African-American community, underscored by the addition of The Impact Network to the Fios platform,” said Bishop Wayne T. Jackson, CEO and President of the Impact Network. “With programming that empowers the community and with additional career opportunities for minorities in the cable television industry.”
The Impact Network’s mission is to provide exceptional Christian and educational programming. It empowers the spiritual, physical, financial and emotional needs of the community and viewers. The network’s line-up includes television ministries by Impact CEO & President Bishop Wayne T. Jackson, Bishop TD Jakes, Creflo Dollar, Dr. Juanita Bynum, and Bill Winston just to name a few. It also offers original programming like, The National Action Network “Live” with the Rev. Al Sharpton, The Rainbow Push Coalition “Live” with Rev. Jesse Jackson, “The Jewel Tankard Show,” legendary gospel icon Dr. Bobby Jones featuring some of today’s hottest gospel artists, “Impact Better Health/Diet Free Life” with Dr. Robert Ferguson, and even clean Christian comedy specials, something the whole family can watch and enjoy together.
About The Impact Network:
The Impact Network was founded in 2010 by Bishop Wayne T. Jackson and Dr. Beverly Y. Jackson in Detroit, Michigan and is the only African American owned and operated Christian TV network in the United States with diverse family oriented and gospel lifestyle programming. Available on, DirecTV, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, The Dish Network, Spectrum Time Warner cable, Spectrum Charter cable, Spectrum Bright House cable, Altice USA, and now Verizon Fios. The Impact Network reaches over 87 million cable and satellite households in the United States, with international distribution in the Bahamian Islands on Cable Bahamas.