NACTV TURNED 3 THIS YEAR!
NACTV is an exciting initiative of the New Apostolic Church Cape, South Africa, in a progressive move to embrace technology as the newest medium through which to foster fellowship and to minister on a regular and sustainable basis. While the NAC is no stranger to broadcast in terms of its frequent transmission services; this channel strives to showcase as much local content as possible.
NACTV started with a small team of dedicated and talented individuals with a common goal – taking the Church to the people. It was launched in March 2010 and is still very much in its infancy. However despite this, “NAC TV”, as it’s become known, has grown exponentially since. We are currently working with around 50 Volunteers who assist with scriptwriting, presenting, production, camera, sound and editing.
The schedule includes NAC Church choirs, children's programmes, motivational programmes, social programmes, community upliftment programmes as well as wholesome family movies and documentaries.
NACTV secured a weekly hour slot on Cape TV, a community channel in the Western Cape with 1,000,000 viewers on which a music selection of their NAC Choirs and Orchestras are broadcast. The NACTV hour slot is currently rated in the top 5 programmes.
The Volunteers are always out and about to cover the Pulse (various community projects) of the New Apostolic community.
NACTV is focused on positive Christian programming with the objective to make a difference in people’s lives.
The Volunteers form an integral part of NACTV and our aim is to up-skill them in the Television industry. Training and workshops are offered for Presenters, Scriptwriters, Camera- and Sound operators, Editing, Directing...
Our 1st NACTV Volunteer presenter, Tracey Lange, has gained invaluable experience on the channel and in 2012 she was approached to host Bravo!, a magazine show on kykNet which focuses on the Afrikaans entertainment industry. Tracey also hosts her own Radio show on SmileFM.
NACTV was launched with a measurable target audience that own satellite decoders in South Africa, Namibia, Zambia and the Caprivi Strip. NACTV is free to these viewers with 100,000 (conservative estimate) viewers.