Gospel Music Channel Announced, World Is Saved From Apocalypse
Author: Jessica Grabert
published: 2008-02-26 15:41:00
MTV gives trashy, bubblegum pop-loving fans their kicks. VH1 caters to the easy-listening crowd who use music as a tool for relaxation. GAC is the homeland for nostalgic rednecks, those goofy rubes who spend their days fishiní down by the river and muddiní in the unplowed corn fields. BET, well, we all know why BET exists. We all fit our stereotypes, unfortunately, there is not always a music loving, video playing television station to cater to our whims. With the advent of a new national music channel, however, television has moved one step closer. What is this station of mystery? WellÖ
Itís popular, itís religious. Itís music beamed down straight from heaven and tuned into more than 40 million Jesus-loving homes. Itís initials? Well, GMC for Gospel Music Channel, of course. Already available in many Christian homes, gospelmusicchannel.com has announced today that a partnership has formed between GMC and Direct TV, Inc. This partnership stipulates, ďbeginning March 19, GMC will be available to DIRECTV customers nationally on channel 338. ď
Tony Berlin, a vice president for DIRECTV, vaguely outlined plans regarding the function of the station, stating "We believe that GMC's positive and entertaining music television will deliver quality, inspirational and family-friendly programming, which will resonate with our customers."
What stoic conservatism. It seems DIRECTV is ready to become a stereotype-fulfilling superhero. Look out, ladies and gentleman; itís not a bird; itís not a plane; itís a satellite, and itís out to save the world...or at least keep the world from harboring liberal sentiments.
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