Many say Christian entertainment is a good couple of years behind mainstream entertainment, with some placing Christian radio behind by about five years and others even claiming that Christian media in general is more than a decade behind.
"I've always been frustrated by Christian media, which at best has lagged 10 years behind the mainstream and is often 30-40 years behind," says Christian author and musician Jay L. "Even the good media tends to be just 'on par' with mainstream media and true trailblazing is either excessively rare or (more likely) never gets a fair shake in the Christian marketing establishment." The latest example of this is the emergence of several Christian reality TV programs that have hit the Web and the airwaves in recent weeks.
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All three programs target Christian youth and look to impact them with a positive message through exciting adventures and live, unrehearsed ministry.
"With the success of unscripted drama reality shows like The Hills and Keeping Up with the Kardashians, it's clear that television viewers connect with real life dramatic-in-nature programming," commented Brad Siegel, vice chairman of Gospel Music Channel, which created "Revolve." "We wanted to create a show that was unique and aligned with our network's vision of inspiring, uplifting and entertaining through music," he added in a public announcement.