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The name of the television station is written Salt + Light Television, using a plus sign, which is meant to evoke the Cross of Jesus -- not an ampersand. The name of the overall organization, however, is Salt and Light Catholic Media Foundation, with "and" in place of the plus sign. - Mecandes 19:44, 24 April 2006 (UTC)
Merger with GCatholic.orgEdit
@GameIsWikipedian and Patapsco913: What is the relationship between "GCatholic.org" and "Salt + Light Television"? GCatholic.org was redirected here in October 2020. There are 100s of inbound links to the GCatholic.org article that now lead to an unexpected destination. The single line, "Gabriel Chow, the developer of the GCatholic.org, is a contributor (primarily Chinese language) to the channel." seems to be irrelevant, unless maintaining "GCatholic" is one of his duties as a contributor to Salt + Light.
Either, the connection between GCatholic.org should be made within the article, or GCatholic.org should be redirected to a more appropriate article, perhaps an article about Gabriel Chow. If no appropriate article exists, the inbound links should be removed to avoid confusing readers. –Zfish118⋉talk 18:09, 16 December 2020 (UTC)
- Hi Zfish, the article was nominated for deletion, see Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/GCatholic.org because it only had a few sources (the article was based on pt:GCatholic.org). I added a number of sources (see my talk page User talk:Patapsco913#GCatholic.org article) but none of those recommending deletion took those new sources into account, did not comment on them, nor did the deleting admin (which I don't think is their role). Anyhow, I think the website is notable enough but I don't want to get into trouble recreating it. What do you think? Patapsco913 (talk) 18:32, 16 December 2020 (UTC)