LoveWorldSAT Broadcasting in Malawi via Times TV.

In furtherance of the desire to reach millions of viewers through the expansion of LoveWorldSAT signals across Southern Africa, LoveWorldSAT have signed a partnership agreement with the first digital private Television station in Malawi, Times TV for the distribution of LoveWorldSAT signals across the country.

The LoveWorldSAT delegation was led by the Director of the station, Pastor Ose Oyakhilome. while the Times TV team was led by Managing Director of Times TV, Mr Leonard Chikadya. Speaking at the signing ceremony, the Director of LoveWorldSAT said it was indeed an auspicious moment for the two stations as the collaboration between the two TV stations will be mutually beneficial. She noted that LoveWorldSAT is presently a household name around the world because of its array of quality programs which has made the station the most watched by so many homes. Pastor Ose Oyakhilome stated that LoveWorldSAT is also making it presence felt in all countries in Southern Africa under a signal expansion project as directed by the President Of the Believers LoveWorld Incorporated, Rev Chris Oyakhilome{PHD}. She noted that the primary objective of the expansion of LoveWorldSAT around the southern African region was to propagate the gospel and enrich the lives of millions whose lives will be impacted through several quality programs that air on the station.

Pastor Ose Oyakhilome commended the Managing Director of Times TV and the management team for accepting to partner with LoveWorldSAT. Earlier in his welcome speech, the Managing Director of TIMES TV, Mr Leonard Chikadya who was visibly excited commended the Director of LoveWorldSAT, Pastor Ose Oyakhilome for visiting the station and for agreeing to partner with Times TV, Mr Chikadya who gave a historical journey of Times TV said the partnership between the two stations will go a long way in helping Times TV acquire more quality programs on its channel. He said Malawians will henceforth have the opportunity to watch excellent programs like Pastor Chris teachings and other programs under a mutually beneficial agreement.

The TIMES TV Managing Director pleaded for assistance from LoveWorldSAT in the area of training in programs production. Highlights of the ceremony was the signing of the memorandum of understanding between the two stations by Pastor Ose Oyakhilome for LoveWorldSAT and Mr Leonard Chikadya for TIMES TV. The Director of LoveWorldSAT, Pastor Ose Oyakhilome and her team were later shown round Times TV facilities by the Managing Director of the Station. The Director of LoveWorldSAT was later interviewed in the studios for a TIMES TV BREAKFAST SHOW.

Some pictures from the signing ceremony: