TNN ADDS AFFILIATE WPVN, BRINGING SOUTHERN GOSPEL TO THE CHICAGO MARKET
SIGNAL MOUNTAIN,TN (JANUARY 28, 2013):Harmony Road, a weekly southern gospel television program, is pleased to announce that TNN, The Nashville Network, has added Chicago affiliate WPVN to its stable of affiliates. The addition of WPVN means that Harmony Road is now being seen in the nation’s third largest media market, adding millions of potential viewers.
Harmony Road host Les Butler states, “I am excited to hear that Harmony Road is now being broadcast in my hometown. I was born in raised in what is commonly referred to as the Chicago-land area. Southern Gospel has a rich history in Chicago and I’m glad to know that Harmony Road will now be added to that list!”
According to the website www.watchtnn.com, “The Nashville Network (TNN) today announced WPVN - Chicago, IL (DMA 3) as its latest affiliate. WPVN began broadcasting TNN’s programming over-the-air on channel 24.3 last Friday when its new transmitter came online atop the Trump International Hotel and Tower. TNN anticipates carriage of WPVN’s TNN channel via Chicago cable outlets in the near future.”
TNN, The Nashville Network continues to grow quickly and will be making more announcements regarding additional markets and stations in the coming days. Each addition means that Harmony Road can reach more people with the best in Southern Gospel music and the message of hope it brings as well as the other family friendly program on the network.
Harmony Road can be found each week on TNN, The Nashville Network on Sunday mornings at 8 Eastern, and on other outlets. Go to www.harmonyroadtv or www.facebook.com/harmonyroadtv for times and channels. Information on TNN and its growing list of affiliates can be found at www.watchtnn.com.
Harmony Road’s on air team consists of host Les Butler, publisher of “The Singing News” and Solid Gospel Radio Host, and Southern Gospel Musician Cody McVey providing special interviews and insights. Others in the Harmony Road crew include Randy Liner, Technical Director and Roger Spears, Producer.