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The Gospel Music Channel was founded in 2004 by Charles Humbard, the son of televangelist Rex Humbard. It was devoted to gospel music. With Brad Siegel, former president of Turner Broadcasting’s Turner Entertainment Networks, as vice chairman, Humbard launched GMC on October 30, 2004. Gospel Music Channel programmed gospel/Christian music, featuring all styles, including traditional and contemporary gospel, Christian rock and pop, southern gospel, and Christian metal. Each weeknight, the network’s lineup featured a different genre of music.
In addition to music video blocks, the network began to produce original shows, such as Faith and Fame (artist biographies), Front Row Live (concerts), and America Sings (singing competition). The network aired Gospel and Christian music industry award shows, including The Stellar Awards (urban gospel) and The GMA Dove Awards.
The network was re-branded on June 1, 2013 (the re-branding had been scheduled to occur on September 1, 2013)
UP TV (stylized as UPtv; formerly GMC TV and originally Gospel Music Channel) is an American digital cable and satellite television network that was founded to have a focus on gospel music. It has expanded into family-friendly original movies, series, and specials. UPtv is owned by InterMedia Partners. The name and logo are a reference to Uplifting Entertainment, one of the channel’s content providers.
As of February 2015, the channel is available to approximately 67.6 million pay television households (58.1% of households with television) in the United States.
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