It appears (according to their on-air campaign) that the Worship network's overnight carriage on the PAX network may soon come to an end. (PAX plans to cease normal programming in June; they will apparently switch to 24/7 informercials pending the sale of their network owned & operated stations. The only challenge to this is by NBC, who owns 1/3rd of PAX and has recently entered arbitration with PAX.) Given this situation, even though Worship is currently encouraging viewers to solicit local cable companies at http://www.iWantMyWorship.net/ - will this result in a noticeable subscriber gain at Sky Angel? This will obviously also affect Guardian TV - although I would say they are probably in a better position than most PAX affiliates to substitute original programming or other syndicated programming for PAX network shows. I wonder (perhaps) if the few PAX affiliates that are Christian-owned/managed may opt to carry (some of) the FaithTV programming?