The Impact Network, the only independent African American-owned and operated Christian television network in the U.S., will be available in more homes on Comcast’s Xfinity TV. The network features programming on urban ministries and gospel lifestyle entertainment.
“We’re excited about the commitment Comcast has made to continue to increase diversity in all communities and to the African American community by expanding distribution of The Impact Network,” said Bishop Wayne T. Jackson, Founder and CEO of the Impact Network.
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 line-up includes television ministries by Impact Founder & CEO Bishop Wayne T. Jackson Bishop TD Jakes, Dr. Creflo Dollar, Pastor Paula White, Pastor Rod Parsley, Bishop IV Hilliard, Bishop Charles Blake, Bishop Stanly Williams, Bishop Paul Morton, Bishop Henry Fernandez, Pastor Joel Olsten and more. It also offers original programming like Dr. Beverly Jackson’s “Living Free,” “The Jewel Tankard Show,” legendary gospel icon Bobby Jones, “Impact Better Health/Diet Free Life” with Dr. Robert Ferguson, and much, much more.
According to Senior Vice President Terry Arnold, “We are elated our partnership with Comcast has expanded to include the entire United States of America. As a family oriented Christian network, our main focus is to increase the level of reach and ownership in minority and women owned broadcasting and we are accomplishing our goal.” The Impact Network enriches viewers’ lives with Christian-themed and family-oriented health, fitness, financial, and family entertainment, while striving to be the foremost innovative television network locally and abroad with exclusive programming. Founded in 2010 by Bishop Wayne T. Jackson and Dr. Beverly Jackson in Detroit, Michigan, Impact Network is the fastest growing African American-owned and operated independent Christian television network in the U.S. with diverse family-oriented programming. Expanding on Comcast’s Xfinity TV, The Impact Network will reach over 75 million households in the United States, Africa, The Bahamian, and Virgin Islands on various distributors.