The Christian Channel Europe
In 1997, it was re branded as The GOD channel (or GOD TV) and extended its hours (when Sky Sports 2 moved transponder), and eventually went 24 hours a day in the advent of digital TV in 1998.
GOD TV broadcasts a range of programmes, some of them presented by leading pastors and evangelists (mostly US - The birthplace of all-day christian TV), chat shows featuring leading christian figures and Contempory Christian Music Videos, aswell as christian programmes for children and young adults.
Like all christian television networks, GOD TV relys on public donation from viewers and partners, and every 6 months they hold a telethon called "Missions Week" which give viewers the chance to donate.
Today it broadcasts free-to-air all over the world from it's broadcast headquarters in Israel.