Inspirational Network

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The Inspiration Networks, is a group of networks and related entities based in Indian Land, South Carolina, south of Charlotte, North Carolina. The Inspiration Networks has two cable television networks: INSP and operates the international network Inspiration TV, which is seen throughout the US, Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. The network began in 1990, when televangelist Morris Cerullo bought the PTL Satellite Network for $7 million. PTL was founded in 1974 by Jim Bakker, a televangelist notable for his daily Christian variety program, The PTL Club; it had gone into bankruptcy after Bakker had been embroiled in a scandal.

An employee shared this in review, "This is a family run network attached to a ministry. You must attend chapel weekly and understand that not all decisions are based on business. Many are bases on mission or ministry."


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Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Thank you for sharing your experiences at SU. We do have further to go to make SU a truly exponential organization. We will not tolerate harassment at SU's events and workplaces. Women now comprise five of thirteen members of our management team, and there are multiple women in senior product leadership and senior staff positions as well. We’ve also launched internal initiatives to support professional development and improve communication internally and externally. Your feedback is welcome and we can and will do better."

Former Employee - Employee says

"poor leadership, lack of revenue model, and losing it's future focus edge"

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