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My Family TV

My Family Television
Type Broadcast television network
Country United States
Availability National (but not available in all markets)
Slogan "Make My Family TV Your Family TV"
Owner ValCom
Luken Communications
Former names Faith TV
Official website

My Family TV (Formerly Faith TV) is a United States general entertainment television network owned by ValCom, that is jointly operated with Luken Communications, and based in Chattanooga, Tennessee.[1][2]


In September 2008, ValCom announced that they would purchase Faith TV and relaunch it as a family television network.[3] On December 15, 2008, ValCom deal to purchase Faith TV closed and they relaunched Faith TV as My Family TV.[4] On October 1, 2009, ValCom completed the purchase of the network after making its final $250,000 payment.[5]

On March 22, 2011, ValCom announced that My Family TV would become a joint venture with Luken Communications.[1][2] Many of the programs seen on My Family TV, such as Route 66, Lassie, Highway To Heaven and Daniel Boone also air on sister network RTV. Some of the shows licensed to RTV are now on the newly acquired My Family Television schedule. Many of them were licensed by Peter Rodgers Organization, including The Rifleman, The Bill Cosby Show, Celebrity Bowling, Zorro, Peter Gunn, Daniel Boone, I Spy, The Comedy Shop and The Cisco Kid. A partial list of programs broadcast by Retro Television Network notes this relationship with Peter Rodgers Organization.


My Family TV's programming consists of the following:[6]

Children [E/I]




  • A Place in the Sun
  • BNN News
  • Daytime
  • Designs For Living
  • Financial Solutions with Dr. Todd Coontz
  • For Your Home
  • Heart of Health
  • Know The Cause with Doug Kaufmann

Travel and Outdoors

  • Distant Roads
  • Garden Travels
  • The Great Outdoorsman
  • Jimmy Houston Outdoors
  • Laura McKinzie Traveler
  • Reel Animals
  • Road Classics
  • Steel Dreams
  • Taste of the Southwest
  • That's Boating


  • It's Supernatural with Sid Roth
  • The Jewish Jesus
  • Joshua 24:15
  • The Light House
  • Oasis Misteries
  • Rhema Church

Talk Shows

On August 5, 2010 My Family TV announced that they would be adding repeats of That Show with Joan Rivers to the fall lineup. They had secured the broadcast rights to 225 episodes of the program.[7]

A new country music themed talk show, The Right Place with Kevin Sport started on the network in 2010, featuring interviews with the stars of country music.


My Family TV features over 900 classic movies.[8]


Main article: List of My Family TV affiliates

ValCom claims My Family TV has over 90 affiliates across the United States.[9]

External links

  • Official website


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