Family friendly cable channel, GMC, launches “Ask Adie” segment, Jan. 18

ATLANTA, Jan. 13, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ — As a Contemporary Christian singer, worship leader, wife of Dove Award-winning recording artist Jeremy Camp and mother to two young daughters, Adie Camp’s plate is full each day — and she wouldn’t have it any other way. Viewers of GMC, America’s favorite channel for uplifting music and family entertainment, will now have a chance to gain a trusted friend and familiar face each morning by participating in “Ask Adie.”

The segment will air every Tuesday and Thursday as part of GMC’s “Uplifting Music Mornings” series, which runs from 9-10 am ET.

“Ask Adie” is in part fashioned after the most popular and widely syndicated column in the world, “Dear Abby.” In the same way that Abby offers “uncommon” common sense and a youthful perspective, so will Adie.

Fans can submit their questions in written or video form through GMC’s website¬†, Adie’s blog¬† or the @gmctv Twitter account or Facebook page.

Adrienne Camp, a South African native, is affectionately known to her family, friends and fans as Adie. As an active online participant, she runs a popular ‘mom blog” and currently has 5,300 Facebook fans and 3,500 Twitter followers.

“Ask Adie” will be shot at the Camp family home in Franklin, Tenn. Sitting at her kitchen table drinking her morning coffee or from her favorite spot in the livingroom, Adie will pepper everyday problems with an eternal perspective.

About GMC
GMC (, the fastest-growing network in television and the number one digital network in perceived value (source: BETA Research), is America’s favorite channel for uplifting music and family entertainment. In 2010, The Parents Television Council(tm) awarded its Entertainment Seal of Approval(tm) to GMC for being “an authentic family-friendly cable network.” GMC was the only television network to receive the highly coveted honor last year.

GMC can be seen in nearly 48 million homes on various cable systems around the country, on DIRECTV on channel 338 and on Verizon FiOS on channel 224.

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