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Almavision
TypeBroadcast television network
CountryUnited States
Ownership
OwnerAlmavision Hispanic Network
Key peopleDaniel Caamaño
History
Launched2002
Former namesVidaVision
Links
Websitehttp://www.almavision.com/

Almavision is an American television network broadcasting Christian programming in Spanish with affiliates across North and Central America. The network is carried via satellite on Echostar and SatMex 5, their slogan is "Televisión Cristiana...a la manera de Dios. " ("Christian television... in God's way.") and "Comprometidos con la verdad" ("committed to the truth").

History

Almavision Television began broadcasting on December 28, 2002, as VidaVision on channel 25 in Los Angeles, California. In early 2003, they learned that there was another group in Florida using that name so they changed their name to Almavision (meaning "Soul Vision").

The network was founded by Juan "Bruno" Caamaño. According to Caamano, "I was praying and meditating on the Word of God when I received an instruction from the Lord to establish a television ministry".[1]

Affiliates

References

  1. ^ "Alma Vision Televisión Cristiana" (in Spanish). Almavision New York Hispanic Network. Archived from the original on July 14, 2008.