The Lambs built the station for the next five years, and sold it in 1990 to the Trinity Broadcasting Network.
They next moved to Dallas, Texas, where, in 1993, they purchased the formerly defunct KMPX.
Daystar filed a petition with the Israeli Supreme Court to hear the case, accusing HOT of religious discrimination.
telling viewers that unidentified individuals had attempted to extort money from him over the incident.
Daystar is headquartered in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex in Bedford, Texas.
In 1984, Marcus and Joni Lamb (nee Trammel) moved to Montgomery, Alabama to launch the state's first full-power Christian television station, WMCF-TV.
In August 1997, the small staff moved into a 32,000-square-foot (3,000 m On March 21, 2011, Daystar announced that it would downsize its production studios in Ashland, Kentucky; Houston, Texas; and Denver, Colorado, effective the following month; the facilities would continue to be used as transmitters, but not broadcasting centers.Daystar also broadcasts Scaly Adventures, an educational show starring Pierce Curren.In 2003, Daystar was investigated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), centering on allegations that Daystar sold air time on its non-commercial educational stations to for-profit groups.The announcement drew criticism from Jewish leaders in both Israel and the United States, who believed the network aimed at converting Israeli Jews through its numerous Messianic Jewish programs.In 2007, Israeli cable provider HOT announced it would drop Daystar from its lineup, stating that the decision was made after the company received complaints about Daystar's content.
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