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  • dontforgetlogin dontforgetlogin Nov 6, 1999 6:02 AM Flag

    News release:

    Integrity Praise And Worship Specials To Air On
    National Television

    MOBILE, Alabama. October 28,
    1999 -- Integrity Music announced today a programming
    alliance with Praise TV, a subsidiary of Christian
    Network, Inc. (CNI), and David Sams Industries, Inc. (DSI)
    to air three, one-hour praise and worship television
    specials during CNI's Praise weekend programming block on
    PAXtv.

    The specials, which were developed from
    Integrity's Outrageous Joy, Shout To The Lord 2000 and
    Jerusalem Arise worship videos, will air on PRAISE ON PAXtv
    with an estimated reach of 70 million households. CNI
    plans the initial broadcast for October through
    December of this year with multiple air dates later in
    2000. In addition, David Sams Industries, Inc. (DSI)
    plans to syndicate the specials on other broadcast and
    cable outlets after they debut on the PAX stations.


    Outrageous Joy is the first special to be aired. Taped
    during a "Women of Faith" national conference, it offers
    viewers the opportunity to see the ministry, teaching and
    worship experienced by over a million women who have
    attended these conferences. It also includes live
    interviews with conference participants as shot by CNI/DSI.


    Shout To The Lord 2000, which was recorded in Sydney,
    Australia, features praise and worship from Dove nominee and
    gold-selling artist Darlene Zschech. The special also features
    special guests Ron Kenoly and Alvin Slaughter.


    Integrity recorded the Jerusalem Arise special in Israel
    during the Feast of Tabernacles. It offers viewers the
    opportunity to join worship leader Paul Wilbur and thousands
    of believers for a praise and worship concert filled
    with celebration and pageantry.

    "We are
    thrilled to partner with CNI and Pax," said Danny
    McGuffey, Integrity's chief marketing officer. "We feel
    that this timeslot on the PAX stations is ideally
    suited for our worship videos and affords us the ideal
    exposure for praise and worship music."

    According
    to Dustin Rubeck, president of CNI, "Integrity Music
    is the leader in music that enhances the worship
    experience. These specials are first-class and we are looking
    for a long, wonderful relationship with Integrity."


    David Sams, chairman/CEO of DSI, adds, "We expect these
    specials to attract a large audience to our late night
    weekend line-up. The first 'Women of Faith' special is
    already sold out, as advertisers jumped on the
    opportunity as soon as it was offered."


    The
    initial broadcast schedule for each special is shown
    below.

    Outrageous Joy
    Air date: Friday, Oct.
    29 / Time: 12 a.m. (CST)
    Air date: Saturday, Oct.
    30 / Time: 1 a.m. (CST)

    Shout To The Lord
    2000
    Air date: Friday, Nov. 19 / Time: 12 a.m.
    (CST)
    Air date: Saturday, Nov. 20 / Time: 1a.m.
    (CST)

    Jerusalem Arise
    Air date: Friday,
    Dec. 10 / Time: 12 a.m. (CST)
    Air date: Saturday,
    Dec. 11 / Time: 1 a.m. (CST)

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    • WHY ?

      i don't see it on PR NEWSWIRE nor on Business Wire

      so what's the excuse ?

      • 1 Reply to wattsamatta_u
      • All ongoing contracts are reported in the 10Qs
        and 10Ks. This particular contract has got a long
        life. Note the following: "CNI plans the initial
        broadcast for October through December of this year with
        multiple air dates later in 2000. In addition, David Sams
        Industries, Inc. (DSI) plans to syndicate the specials on
        other broadcast and cable outlets after they debut on
        the PAX stations."

        ITGR's is reaching an
        audience never before possible. Is it really important
        that they reach their stockholders first? Granted, I'm
        an optimist, but looks like the 4thQ may outshine
        the 3rdQ in revenue for the first time.

    • The smallest muscle in a person's leg, which
      controls the kneecap, is responsible for the condition of
      the majority of crippled people.

      The smallest
      bone in a person's head, which controls the ear, is
      responsible for the condition of the majority of terminally
      fatheaded people.

      It's not how big a person is that
      poses a threat to the body of Christianity, but how
      small.

 
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