In the early 1930s a printing press called the Nigerian Advent Press was established.
Adventist Media Centre–India is operated by the Southern Asia Division of Seventh-day Adventists. It was established in 1947 and reorganized in 1989. It is located in Pune, Maharashtra, India.
Adventist Media (AM) is the official media production entity for the South Pacific Division (SPD). AM operates at two locations: The Adventist Media building adjacent to the SPD administrative offices in Fox Valley Road, Wahroonga, Sydney, Australia, and at Signs Publishing in Warburton, Victoria.
The news agency APD (Adventist Press Service – Adventistischer Pressedienst) was founded in Basel in 1974 on the initiative of the journalist Christian Bernhard Schäffler. He remained its director and editor-in-chief until 2010. Since the expansion and repositioning of the press service as a news agency in 2004, “APD Switzerland” has become an integral part of the media world in the German-speaking countries. The agency is based in Basel. APD® is the legally protected abbreviation of the name in German: “Adventistischer Pressedienst”.
Adventist Publishing House (Madagascar) (Imprimerie Adventiste, Trano Pirinty Advantista) was established in 1930 at Ambohijatovo, Antananarivo, Madagascar, and is owned and operated by the Indian Ocean Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
Adventist World Radio entered Tanzania in 1997 when the political climate became favorable for private radio stations. The opportunity had been long awaited and Lameck Mwamukonda, then president of Tanzania Union Mission, spear-headed the establishment of an Adventist World Radio station in the country.
The Africa Herald Publishing House is a Seventh-day Adventist publishing house based in Kendu Bay on the shores of Lake Victoria in Western Kenya.
The Adventist message reached Burundi in 1925. As part of the Adventist Church’s efforts to reach all the regions in Burundi with the message of salvation, Agakiza Radio Station broadcasted its first program in 2007.
The spread of the Adventist message in Algeria before its independence from the French in 1962 in part occurred through literature evangelism work and distribution of Bibles and Adventist magazines such as the Revue Adventiste. North Africa Union Mission began operating the Algerian Publishing House in Algiers in 1940.
Avondale Press was a printing establishment that operated in Cooranbong, New South Wales, from 1899 until 1919, when it became part of an entity named Avondale Industries.
Korean Bible Correspondence School (KBCS) (aka. Seonggyung Tongshin Hakkyo) opened in January 1948 in Seoul, where the headquarters of the Korean Union Conference (KUC) is located, to spread the core Bible truths of the Adventist Church throughout Korea. The Bible Correspondence School, which began in 1940 in the U.S. and achieved great success worldwide, is a correspondence-based school with well-made textbooks and question-and-answer papers. KUC started the school project by translating the textbooks developed in the U.S. into Korean.
The Casa Publicadora Brasileira (Brazil Publishing House) (CPB) is a publisher of books, magazines, and other denominational materials for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Brazil, which produces and distributes religious content in Portuguese.
Breath of Life is a media ministry of the North American Division, begun in 1974 with programming targeted primarily to reach African Americans.
The Central Visayan Mission (CVM) Printing Press foundation can be traced back to the initiative of the Philippine Publishing House (PPH) in Manila on September 2, 1986, when PPH inaugurated their Cebu Printing Shop branch at East Visayan Academy (now Adventist Academy Cebu) compound located at Bulacao, Talisay, Cebu.
College Food (Daehakshikpum) was the profit company that led the development of Sahmyook University by producing dairy products such as Sahmyook Milk, Sahmyook Ice Cream. The company was located on the premises of Sahmyook University and operated from 1949 to 2004, but has been closed. The company has a historical significance because it has made a significant contribution to the development of Sahmyook University, a higher education institution of the Adventist Church in Korea.
One of the industries established during the early years of Caribbean Training College (now University of the Southern Caribbean) was the printing industry. Professor R. S. J. Hamilton started the operation in 1930 in what was called the Print Shop (the Press), which was located in a section of the women’s dormitory.
Dansk Bogforlag was established in Copenhagen in 1905 to produce and distribute Adventist literature to the church in Denmark and in the larger community.
Echo Publishing Company, situated near Melbourne, Australia, operated from 1889 to 1922.
Hope Channel Korea began operating in July 2015 as a broadcasting service officially launched on Hope Channel, a world-class broadcasting mission media operated by the General Conference. Hope Channel, Korea, is operated by the Media Center of the Korea Union Conference (KUC). Its office is located at the headquarters of the KUC, and the studio is located within the campus of Sahmyook University.
Indonesia Publishing House is an Adventist publishing house and printing plant operated at Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. The publishing house only produces Seventh-day Adventist books and periodicals. Publications are printed in the Indonesian language, Malay. Indonesia Publishing House is its international name, but the legal name in Indonesia is Yayasan Penerbit Advent Indonesia.