Last updated: February 2021

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Our Journey, Our Reach

From 2014 to early 2018, Dominion TV reached over 20 million viewers daily across 24 countries in West and Central Africa via MultiTV, on the Astra-4 Satellite. 
Dominion Television, rebranded, is now developing new content for its resumption on Pan-African platforms with new features, partnerships, and diverse programming. 
  • November 2014: Dominion TV produced its first live broadcast from the ACI Prayer Cathedral, featuring Bishop T.D. Jakes and a musical concert featuring Donnie McClurkin.

  • November 2015: Dominion Television launched the first Christian based news show in Ghana, “News in Brief”, filmed and broadcast daily. By 2016, ‘News in Brief’ was lauded as the most informative Christian news show in Ghana.

  • February 2017: The Archbishop’s wife, Lady Rosa Whitaker Duncan-Williams became a shareholder and the Vice Chairperson of Dominion Television. With an extensive background in business development in and around Africa, Lady Rosa’s leadership brings corporate principles and operational expertise to Dominion Television.

  • May 2017: Dominion TV produced its first full-length documentary, ‘Providence & Destiny: The Nicholas Duncan-Williams Story’.  The documentary premiered in Ghana on the occasion of the Archbishop’s 60th birthday. In August 2017, it premiered in the United States at the acclaimed Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington DC. 

  • August 2017: Dominion TV hosted and produced content for the Africa Business and Kingdom Leadership Summit, the first in Africa to promote Christian-based business leadership. Featured speakers included Mrs. Folorunsho Alakijia (Nigerian entrepreneur and philanthropist), Bishop T.D. Jakes (U.S.-based preacher and businessman) and His Excellency, Nana Akufo-Addo, President of Ghana.

  • December 2017: Dominion Television produced its first international broadcast in partnership with The Word Network. The Archbishop is the first African based preacher to broadcast live from Africa on their network.

  • April 2019: Dominion Television hosted the African premiere of the Hollywood film, ‘Mully’- the true story of Kenyan based Dr. Charles Mulli, acclaimed philanthropist and social entrepreneur.

  • January 2020: Dominion Television is launched on DStv Channel 364 and GOtv Channel 181 (Ghana), reaching millions of viewers in 48 countries.

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