Hosanna Broadcasting Network Overview
Hosanna Broadcasting is a Carson-based, television network that produces wholesome and innovative shows designed to bring value into the lives of all people. HBN- TV currently broadcasts 24 hours nationally and locally 5 days a week in Southern California.
“People all over the world are looking for answers for a change for the better” says the Christian-based network’s owner Tersit Asrat.
HBN-TV produces original programming from its Carson studios which includes: five sets, a stage, wardrobe/make up room, production room, lighting and camera equipment, event space and parking.
In addition to in-house production, the network invites producers, artists, ministers and other Christian based organization to submit programming for consideration.
- Direct TV Channel 20, Dish Channel 20, At&T Chanel 3, DRRSat, the Glory Star bouquet ROKU
- A combined reach of 14 million homes
- Los Angeles, Orange County, San Fernando Valley, Inland Empire
Along with providing value to more than 14 million households, Hosanna supports students by providing internships, careers, tuition, shelter and more. Hosanna has built a relationship with nearby California State University Dominguez Hills to give students hands-on production experience through internships.
In addition to working with CSUDH students, HBN-TV have created a safe haven for orphaned children in Ethiopia by creating the Hosanna House Program. Hosanna House provides food, shelter, clothing, healthcare, and education for orphaned girls who have lost their parents to HIV/AIDS. “Without the love and care of Hosanna House these children would be vulnerable to exploitation by human traffickers” said Dottie Laster a Human Trafficking Consultant.
Currently Hosanna House provides services to 20 girls and over 60 boys in Ethiopia. Over the last nine years, several girls have graduated and three have gone on to college. The country has seen a steady increase in the number of children becoming orphaned due to AIDS and Hosanna House has taken responsibility to provide a needed service.
“We realize that there are enormous human needs in Ethiopia and there is no way we can solve all of them, but by being a part of the solution, we can make a difference in the lives of many” said Tersit Asrat.
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