A new Black-owned gospel station is on the air. Officially called the L.A. Praise Network, the station is broadcasting 24-hours-a-day on television channel 6.2
Gregg Bynum is president of L.A. Praise Network and Bishop Ernest Johnson serves as vice president of operations. Other staff includes Prophet Philip Miles, who directs funding; Elder Artist Knox, who manages youth programming; Elder Gerald Jones, who oversees public relations; and Garren Bercero, who supervises production.
“We invite the entire community to tune in to Los Angeles’ only Black-owned gospel television network,” said Johnson. “This network is designed to bless the body of Christ and to win souls. Channel 6.2 not only covers Los Angeles and five other counties, but also the online simulcast
airs around the world!”
To learn more, visit lapraise.network or lapraise.tv or call (310) 667-0147.