List of programs broadcast by JCTV & JUCE TV
This is a list of television programs formerly broadcast by JUCE TV in the United States before January 26, 2020, when the network was converted to a format of only airing Christian films and rebranded as Positiv. Launching February 18, 2002, the network was formerly known as JCTV until December 31, 2013, then JUCE TV from January 1, 2014 until January 25, 2020, when it carried Christian programming appealing to teenagers and young adults.
Summary of network format
The format of the network under the JCTV and JUCE TV identities combined music videos, video jockeys, promotion of special Christian rock events, and news and documentaries about Christian bands and performers in an effort to establish popularity among Christian youth. The network also broadcasts some extreme sports programs that document extreme sports athletes and how their faith impacts their lives. In addition to music-based and action sports programming, Positiv also aired other programming such as the discussion program Ask God, the game show Virtual Memory with Jamie Alexander, the ministry program "Encounter TV" with David Diga Hernandez and the religious sitcom Peculiar. It also aired movies with religious and/or inspirational themes, typically on Friday and Sunday evenings, and Saturday afternoons. Until 2014, JCTV aired "sneak preview" blocks of its programming on TBN on Friday and Saturday late nights.
From February 2013 to February 2015, the network also ran a week-long, semi-annual fundraising event called "Project JCTV" (later renamed Project JUCE); the event features a mix of entertainment and religious-based programs regularly seen on the network's schedule (some organized by program genre in the form of theme days), movies as well as a live three-hour telethon-style program that airs in both during the afternoon and in primetime each day during the "Project JCTV/Project JUCE" event (telecasts of regular programming during the event, including movies, are occasionally interrupted by interstitial segments to encourage viewers to make monetary pledges).
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