Sixty-minute national programs will be comprised of opening and closing billboards plus 4-5 individual 10-12 minute segments.

These segments are expanded versions of the five-minute Internet segments. Programming includes :30 and :60 messages from category sponsors and individual ROP advertisers.

Initially, ACT will have one hour of weekly programming for over-the-air, cable or satellite television. This will grow as rapidly as possible to one hour per day, then 3-4 hours per day.

It is ACT’s objective eventually to be broadcasting 24/7 via its own cable and/or satellite channel.

Audio programming versions may be offered via satellite radio.

typical programming

Opens with billboard, music and announcer:

“The American Charities Television network and XYZ Pharmaceutical Company proudly present ‘Take Control,’ a presentation by The Arthritis Foundation.

Today’s program features John Smith, president of the Arthritis Foundation. I am Bob Moore, your ACT host for the health and medical category of nonprofits on American Charities Television, and Sheeza Star, official celebrity spokesperson for The Arthritis Foundation.”  (Music goes down.)

Camera on Smith who talks about the upcoming segment and introduces Ms. Star. They talk about the things she is doing for the Foundation and things the Foundation is doing for the world. (B-roll throughout.)

Ms. Star offers free informational materials to the viewers, asks for donations or that they submit their contact information to receive additional information and future news.


Charity Galas
Charity Events
Celebrity Endorsement
Fashion & Styles
Travel & Fitness
Public Service Announcements
Charity-related Programs Previously 
        Broadcast on Other Channels

additional programming

Helping People Help People!

American Charities Television, Inc.

American Charities Television, Inc.

105 Copper Trail

Canton GA 30114


Phone:        +1.678-697-3069 c