Church of Scientology readies to launch a TV network

Church of Scientology readies to launch a TV network

Church of Scientology readies to launch a TV network

The Church of Scientology is about to start spreading its controversial message in a whole new way for the organization - through its own television channel.

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Scientology expert Ortega has reported on his blog, The Underground Bunker, that church leader Miscavige held a top-secret meeting for Scientology leaders from all over the world recently, leading him to suspect the TV channel was imminent. Request for comment from the Church of Scientology was not immediately returned, but a DirecTV spokesperson confirmed the Monday launch. The tweet includes a promotional video that says, "The only thing more interesting than what you've what you haven't". "That's what it's all about".

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Evidence of the network is already on Apple's app store, where "Scientology TV" is available for download from The Church of Scientology International.

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Shows promised on the network by the app's webpage include "Meet a Scientologist" and "L. Ron Hubbard: In His Own Words". "The singular goal of the program is to make money and boost ratings by spreading salacious lies to promote A&E's ugly brand of religious intolerance, bigotry and hatred". It will also offer a selection of "Scientology Principles" films, which explain "Basic Scientology Technology". A Sunday post about the looming launch made mention of a Miami billboard plugging the network.

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