"America's Christmas Channel" Gospel Music Channel Goes 24/7 Sat. Dec. 20

By Jenny Bennett | managing editor, www.watchgmctv.com
Posted: Thu, 12/18/2008 - 21:08

Brian McKnight, Faith Hill, MercyMe, Rascal Flatts, Relient K, Vince Gill, Wynonna, Bill Gaither, Natalie Grant, Ledisi, George Huff, Mandisa, Oak Ridge Boys & more to bring Christmas spirit to Gospel Music Channel.

ATLANTA (Dec. 16, 2008) – It's begun to sound a lot like Christmas at Gospel Music Channel (GMC), the nation's fastest growing television network. GMC as "America's Christmas Channel" will throw the switch and go to ‘round the clock Christmas music and programming starting Saturday, Dec. 20 and running through a Christmas Day Marathon with limited commercial interruptions. Visit http://www.GospelMusicChannel.com for a complete schedule.

Among the highlights of GMC as "America's 24/7 Christmas Channel" are:

Christmas music videos from such artists as: Brian McKnight, Steven Curtis Chapman, Wynonna, Bebo Norman, Faith Hill, Rascal Flatts, Relient K, Oak Ridge Boys, Kenny Rogers, Sara Groves, The Katinas, Julissa, Damita Haddon, Jimmy Wayne, Aly & AJ and many more.
MercyMe Christmas – The top-selling group hits the Gospel Music Channel Christmas studio to share songs from their Holiday album The Christmas Sessions.
Christmas at Union Station – Among those featured in these wonderful holiday specials– recorded at Nashville's historic Union Station Hotel – are former American Idol finalists George Huff and Mandisa; Jars of Clay; Trin-i-tee 5:7 and Natalie Grant.
Gaither Homecoming Christmas Special – Recorded live at the Mosaik Theatre in South Africa.
Ledisi performs Christmas favorites from her album It's Christmas.
Sixpence None The Richer performs from their album The Dawn of Grace.

Gospel Music Channel (http://www.gospelmusicchannel.com) is the nation's first and only 24/7 all music television network devoted to the uplifting, inspiring and diverse music that is Gospel/Christian music.Gospel Music Channel is the fastest-growing network in television today and can be seen in nearly 40 million homes on various cable systems and nationwide on DIRECTV on channel 338.

Contact: Jim Weiss(770) 692-4579