SALT TV New Frequency On AzerSpace 1/Africasat 1a at 46.0°East 2023

SALT TV Latest Frequency On AzerSpace 1/Africasat 1a at 46.0°East 2023

Salt + Light Television is a Canadian multi-lingual Category B television channel owned by the not-for-profit Salt and Light Catholic Media Foundation and based in Toronto, Ontario. The channel broadcasts faith-based programming for Roman Catholics, which includes televised daily mass, documentaries, live event coverage, talk shows, and more. Programs are primarily broadcast in English, along with French (under the brand Télévision Sel + Lumière), Italian, and Chinese languages

The channel launched in July 2003 as Salt + Light Television and was quickly spun-off as a non-profit company under the ownership of Salt and Light Catholic Media Foundation, a newly-formed charitable organization ran by a board of directors, two of which were from the Gagliano family, who in turn controlled St. Joseph Printing Limited.[4] Upon launch, the channel initially aired programming in English, French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese; which has since changed to its current language list. In addition to television, Salt + Light publishes a magazine.

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On June 1, 2017, the channel announced that it would be launching a high definition (HD) feed on June 4, 2017, initially with Telus Optik TV.[5] Gabriel Chow, the developer of the, is a contributor (primarily Chinese language) to the channel.

In November 2001, Paolo Canciani (later forming Canbo Broadcasting to operate the future channel) was granted approval from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to launch Inner Peace Television Network, described as “a national ethnic Category 2 specialty television service devoted to providing religious programming from the single point-of-view of the Roman Catholic faith. The service will target Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Filipino, English, and French-speaking audiences. In addition to religious programming, the service will offer a limited amount of programming dealing with social and humanitarian issues. Prior to the channel’s launch, in 2002, ownership and control of the channel was transferred to a consortium, majority owned by St. Joseph Printing Limited.


SALT TV Latest  Frequency On AzerSpace 1/Africasat 1a 2023

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AzerSpace 1/Africasat 1a at 46.0°East

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3902 H 1054 2/3






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