Welcome Ambo TV: ABC Analyst Announces New Sermon Streaming Network

By Nancy Flory Published on October 17, 2018

Dan Abrams, ABC News’ chief legal correspondent and founder of Mediaite, has rolled out a new network that will live stream Christian sermons. The venture will be geared toward younger viewers.

Ambo TV, named after the historical word for pulpit, seeks to bring the Gospel to “the modern church from a multi-media platform.”

The Live Sermon Network

Abrams launched the network on Monday. Ambo stated in a press release its live rollout will take place in November. The “Live Sermon Network” will feature “simultaneous back-to-back live sermons” on Saturday and Sunday. So far, Ambo’s lineup includes Victory Church of Tulsa and Fresh Life Church, pastored by Levi Lusko.

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Viewers will chat with others throughout the programs. The network “will be hosted out of the newly built Abrams Media studios in Herald Square in New York City,” the statement continued.

Brooke Girley, a graduate of Yale Divinity School, will head up Ambo. “An inspirational network for younger Christians is long overdue,” she explained. “Ambo TV will allow viewers to watch compelling sermons, in real time, from pastors of my generation and discuss them with other viewers from around the world. This is the type of network many of us have been waiting for, and I’m thrilled to be a part of creating it.”

Abrams added, “Throughout American history, pastors have been the most important and mesmerizing speakers, captivating the attention and passions of audiences. Ambo TV will now bring the top next generation pastors to a wide audience looking for the most compelling live sermons with hosts fostering discussion about what the audience has experienced.” 

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  • Kathy

    Okay, “compelling sermons”, “mesmerizing speakers, captivating the attention and passions of audiences”…but, will they be preaching the TRUTH?

  • Paul

    Any idea if they are considering a ROKU channel?

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