National Quartet Convention Announces Partnership With TBN

Louisville, KY – The National Quartet Convention Board of Directors has announced a broadcast partnership with the world’s largest religious network and America’s most watched faith channel, TBN. The Trinity Broadcast Network will capture the festivities of the 2012 National Quartet Convention, then create original programming to be aired during the fall of 2012 and into 2013. “We are excited about this partnership with TBN to produce original programming, featuring footage captured at this year’s NQC,” states Clarke Beasley, Executive Vice President of the NQC. “TBN has shown strong commitment to our music over the last several years, and we look forward to having our music featured on a weekly basis on the world’s largest Christian network.”  TBN’s President and Founder Dr. Paul Crouch stated , “For over fifty years the National Quartet Convention has gathered Gospel quartets and musicians to celebrate the legacy and preserve the tradition of Gospel music. TBN is excited to bring the art, energy, inspiration, and joy of Southern Gospel music to families everywhere.”

Originally launched in 1973, TBN offers 24 hours of commercial-free inspirational programming, featuring more original programs than any other faith network.   The Trinity Broadcasting Family of Networks now numbers 18 networks transmitting in many languages around the world, and through the web and mobile devices TBN is available anytime and anywhere.  According to Nielsen Ratings, it is America’s most watched faith channel and offers viewers a variety of programs, including original movies, music, news and children’s programming.

The 55th Annual National Quartet Convention kicks off  September 9-15, 2012 in Louisville, KY, at the Kentucky Fair & Expo Center. The event will attract more than 40,000 people from over 40 states and a half dozen countries. Nearly 300 Southern Gospel recording artists will be featured throughout the week-long event. Over 500 exhibitors will fill the 175,000 square feet exhibit hall at  Louisville’s Expo Center. All concerts and showcase events are open to the general public. Visit, as a complete schedule of events and additional information.