About God's Learning Channel
God's Learning Channel (GLC) is a Christian satellite network based in West Texas. Founded in 1982 by Al and Tommie Cooper, who had a vision to bring the Gospel to Southeastern New Mexico, the network steadily grew to five full-power television transmitters located in New Mexico and West Texas. While programming continues to evolve to encompass a wide range of topics, the focal point has been to teach Christians their biblical and spiritual connections to the Land of Israel and the Jewish people, presenting Jesus (Yeshua) in the biblical context of a very Jewish Messiah.
Today GLC’s unique 24-hour programming can be seen via many venues, including off-air, cable and on various streaming platforms. GLC provides 24-hour streaming media of its broadcast (accessible through the GLC website), as well as many readily available internet platforms, such as Roku. Within the “local broadcast area”, which comprises West Texas, much of New Mexico, and parts of Arizona, Colorado, and Oklahoma, GLC can be viewed on most cable systems, DishNet, and DirecTV. Reception via antenna is available within close proximity to any of the five full-power transmitters.
How to Watch GLC
Available Around the World Online:
Our website features live video-streaming of our 24-hour programming, as well as ever-changing video archives that can be viewed at your leisure. Simply click on the WATCH NOW tab at the top of the Home Page to instantly watch our Live Stream or browse our On-Demand section below the player. Likewise, our Youtube channel contains hundreds of FREE video clips that allow you to easily share with your friends and family.
Prefer to watch GLC on your TV instead of your computer? Take GLC's live web-feed up a notch by subscribing to our Roku channel. The price is right for the little box that takes it from your computer to your TV, and after that it's FREE! Click here to learn more. Roku is available in the US, Canada, UK, & much of South America.
Light of the Southwest Podcasts:
GLC is now podcasting audio versions of our Light of the Southwest episodes for free! Subscribe to our feed and get instant, on-the-go access with most mobile devices. iTunes and RSS links to our feeds are available on this site at the bottom of the homepage. Please be sure to rate our channel in iTunes. For more information on podcasts, please click here.
Available within Our Local Broadcast Area:
GLC is available on most cable systems, as well as off-the-air with an antenna (see antenna section below). In some areas we're even on Dish and DirecTV. Having trouble finding us? Call the GLC Bookstore at 432-563-5200/866-846-5200 or email [email protected].
For more information on our Full Power Stations, please see below:
Location: Odessa, TX
The stations' official Public File is available at the FCC Website address: https://stations.fcc.gov/station- profile/KMLM-DT
Location: Lubbock, TX
The stations' official Public File is available at the FCC Website address: https://stations.fcc.gov/station- profile/KPTB-DT
Location: Snyder, TX
The stations' official Public File is available at the FCC Website address: https://stations.fcc.gov/station- profile/KPCB-DT
Location: Farwell, TX
The stations' official Public File is available at the FCC Website address: https://stations.fcc.gov/station- profile/KPTF-DT
Location: Roswell, NM
The stations' official Public File is available at the FCC Website address: https://stations.fcc.gov/station- profile/KRPV-DT
Prime Time Christian Broadcasting has five stations that transitioned to their post-DTV channels, and the small number of staff available for the transition necessitated a phased schedule:
DMA Station KMLM-DT permanently terminated analog service on December 15, 2008 to its post transition DTV Channel 42.
DMA Station KPTB-DT permanently terminated analog service on January 29, 2009 to its post transition DTV Channel 16.
DMA Station KPCB-DT permanently terminated analog service on February 3, 2009 to its post transition DTV Channel 17.
Albuquerque/Santa Fe, New Mexico
DMA Station KRPV-DT permanently terminated analog service on February 10, 2009 to its post transition DTV Channel 27.
Clovis, NM and Amarillo, Texas
DMA Station KPTF-DT permanently terminated analog service on June 12, 2009 to its post transition DTV Channel 18.