Nation's Only African American Founded Christian TV Network Airs Stories of United States Soldiers

Impact Network is committed to keep the silver screen momentum going through a national television awareness campaign that will acknowledge United States Soldiers year-round; Soldiers Living a Lifestyle of Impact.
By: Cheryl Patterson and Universal Xperience
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Feb. 26, 2012 - PRLog -- Contact: Cheryl Patterson
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(Detroit, Michigan) First it was 'Red Tails' then, 'Act of Valor' and now 'A Time 4 Impact: Stories of United States Soldiers.' Impact Network will air real stories of Those Who Serve; United States Soldiers Living a Lifestyle of Impact.

Impact Network is committed to keep the silver screen momentum going through a national television awareness campaign that will acknowledge United States Soldiers year-round. The national awareness campaign,  "A Time 4 Impact: Stories of United States Soldiers - Living A Lifestyle of Impact,"   honors United States Soldiers from every ethnicity, male and female, the young and the not so young.

“Empowering the spirit, soul and body of families are key parts of our mission at Impact Network” said Bishop Wayne T. Jackson, founder and president of Impact Network along with his wife Dr. Beverly T. Jackson. "Impact Cares and this acknowledgement is a very small gesture on behalf of the honorable men and women who place their lives' on the line each day to serve and protect our country."

Impact Network, the nation's only African American founded Christian Television Network, is a non-profit corporation and has an uncompromising commitment to wholesome family-oriented entertainment. Impact Network provides exceptional inspirational programming that positively Impacts and empowers the spiritual, physical, financial and emotional needs of viewers. Impact Network endeavors to be the foremost innovative television network both locally and abroad.

"We are excited to provide this remarkable opportunity for families across the United States to utilize the Impact Network, currently broadcasted in 21 million homes and growing, to publicly acknowledge their loved ones who serve our country," said Cheryl Patterson, producer of the campaign and pr marketing director for the Impact Network.

As Impact Network approaches one full year of operation in April 2012, they has impacted 21 million homes in only 10 months. Impact executive partner is Bishop I.V. Hilliard. Impact co-partners are Bishop Stanley Williams, Bishop David Copeland, Bishop Wiley Jackson. Bishop I.V. Hilliard said, "The Impact Network is a network that does more . . . by reaching out to those in need throughout the country and the world. There are many hurting, hungry and wanting and The Impact Network is here to offer real solutions that will indeed change the lives of many. I myself and the co-partners are excited to be a part of this work."

Anyone can nominate a United States Soldier. Write a 300 word letter describing how the soldier is Living a Lifestyle of Impact. Include a full name, how the person is related or associated to the soldier, the soldier's full name with rank, include a phone number with voice mail of person submitting information with an email address. Submit letters via email to: or mail to: Impact Network, Attn: Producer of A Time 4 Impact: Stories of U.S. Soldiers, 15738 Grand River, Detroit, MI 48227. Impact is currently accepting nominations through-out the remainder of the year.

In other Impact Network news, after 10 years on the Word Network, Dr. Bobby Jones moved to The Impact Network. It was effective December 12, 2011. Jones said, "I am thrilled to further my messages to viewers all over the continent and abroad and will continue to focus on Artists that need to be exposed and do not have an outlet for their messages."

And, look for the Jackson's son, Actor Brandon T. Jackson (Tropic Thunder) in the 2012 March issue of Ebony. He is featured with several other young actors in an article called 'Young Hollywood'.

Watch the Impact Network on Dish Network-9397 anywhere in the United States and Caribbean Islands, Comcast-397, WLPC/Channel 40 in Detroit and

The Impact Network welcomes opportunities for feature articles and in-depth interviews of persons mentioned within this release. Please contact Cheryl Patterson and Universal Xperience, Impact Network PR Marketing partner at
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