Christian Broadcasting Network

The Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) is an American Christian media production and distribution organization. Founded in 1960 by Pat Robertson, it produces the long-running TV series The 700 Club, co-produces the ongoing Superbook anime, and has operated a number of TV channels and radio stations.

Christian Broadcasting Network
TypeChristian media television network/production company
Country
United States
Availabilityinternational; some shows carried by Trinity Broadcasting Network, FamilyNet, LeSEA, TCT, and Freeform, as well as through syndication
Founded1960; 63 years ago (1960)
by Pat Robertson
HeadquartersVirginia Beach, Virginia
OwnerThe Christian Broadcasting Network, Inc.
Key people
Gordon P. Robertson (CEO)
Rob Allman (news director)[1][better source needed]
Launch date
1961; 62 years ago (1961)
CBN Satellite Service (1977–1983)
Official website
cbn.com

CBN has been described as having been "at the forefront of the culture wars since the network's inception in the early 1960s."[2]


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