Adventist Media

Since its outset, Seventh-day Adventists have been very practical with sharing their faith and promulgating the gospel message of Jesus Christ. In brief, the church mission has received media attention in many and varied ways. Seventh-day Adventists, because of their interest in print, broadcasting and communications technologies, have become key players in making the Christian message be heard and seen loud and clear.

The world church communicates under a common vision that "Seventh-day Adventists will communicate hope by focusing on the quality of life that is complete in Jesus Christ." To make this communication vibrant and effective, the church has established communication offices and media centers throughout its administrative structure.

At the world headquarters of the church, the department of communication operates Adventist News Network (ANN), an international, denominational news agency, looks after the church's Web site at www.adventist.org, and coordinates public and media relations. The desired effect of the church's communication efforts is to create a favorable image of the Adventist faith community, its mission, life and activities, and witness that many people will become followers of Jesus Christ.


Adventist Review

In print for more than 150 years, the Adventist Review is the flagship journal of the church. Founded by James and Ellen White in 1849, the magazine is one of the oldest religious publications in North America. The Review is published weekly and has a paid circulation of more than 50,000. For more information, visit Adventist Review.


Adventist Television Network
ATN is a global satellite network of six channels spanning the globe. In 2003, ATN launched the Hope Channel, a global English language satellite channel broadcasting a variety of interesting Christian programs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. ATN also has full-time channels in the Spanish and Portuguese languages that can be seen in Latin America and North America . ATN also broadcasts satellite evangelistic meetings simultaneously translated into 40 languages and seen around the world.

Adventist World Radio

Adventist World Radio is the international broadcast ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, bringing the gospel to people in the hardest-to-reach places on earth, in their own languages. AWR currently transmits programs in nearly 70 languages; its shortwave, AM/FM, and satellite broadcasts reach two-thirds of the world, and programs are also available through the Internet. For more information, visit Adventist World Radio.