Rhema Network New Frequency 2021 2018
Intelsat 20 (IS-20), 68.5°E
Rhema Network (South Africa) broadcasts in DVB-S Clear
TP: 12682.00MHz, pol.H SR:27500
FEC:3/4 SID:15 PID:789/1045 English.
Rhema Media (previously known as Rhema Broadcasting Group or RBG) is a Christian media organisation in New Zealand. It owns radio networks Rhema, Life FM and Star, and television station Shine TV. It also publishes Bob Gass’s quarterly devotional publication The Word For Today, and a youth version called The Word For You Today. Rhema Media is based in Newton, Auckland and is the founding organisation of United Christian Broadcasters (UCB).
Rhema Media was set up in the 1960s by Christchurch evangelical Richard Berry, following the success of Ecudorian Christian short-wave radio station HCJB. The company’s network Rhema began full-time broadcasting in 1978 and Life FM and Star were launched in 1997. Shine TV was launched in 2002, and The Word radio network operated between 2007 and 2015.