Pentecostal Life TV gains momentum for holistic programming  

Pentecostal Life Television (PLTV) which started live broadcasting about two weeks ago is now becoming a darling for many for its holistic programming.

Edgar Lutepo : PLTV gains momentum

The TV has run with not jerks whatsoever, and is geared towards perfecting their broadcasting art into the finest in the country

About 90 percent so far have described PLTV as a real family television, according to our findings.

The TV’s sales and marketing manager, Edgar Lutepo, said in an interview with Nyasa Times that there was really a momentum being gained and pledged that Malawians should expect to watch more exceptional programs.

“Malawians deserve nothing bust the best,” said Lutepo. “We have actually come in to bridge existing gaps in Malawi’s broadcasting industry and we are very proud that Malawians have given us red carpet reception.”

He said people should be on the lookout of well weaved inspiring programs on current affairs, entertainment and sports

“Well, we are excited for beginning on a good note,” he said

Juliana Mbendera, of Area 18 in Lilongwe, said it was “good for her and her family.”

Another viewer from Chilobwe in Blantyre, Baxton Njolomole, said he was encouraged to watch creative programming.

Two other viewers from the Northern region said PLTV has a variety in its programming and targets people of all ages.

PLTV which is complementing PLFM started its programming on Monday 13th February.

It adds on to a myriad of other local Christian television stations including Channel for all nations and Luntha Television.

PLTV can be accessed on Malawi Digital Broadcasting Network Limited (MDGBNL) and on GO TV Decoders on Channel 828.

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1 thought on “Pentecostal Life TV gains momentum for holistic programming  ”

  1. Kunty says:

    PL TV rocks. Ena analiko koma pano kuli inu. Keep the fire burning.

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