Trinity Broadcasting Network

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The Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) is an international Christian-based broadcast television network and the world's largest religious television network.wikipedia
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JUCE TV

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TBN owns and operates six broadcast networks, each reaching separate demographics; in addition to the main TBN network, TBN owns Hillsong Channel, Smile, TBN Enlace, TBN Salsa and JUCE TV.
JUCE TV is a youth-oriented Christian television network owned and operated by the Trinity Broadcasting Network.

Paul Crouch

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The Trinity Broadcasting Network was co-founded in 1973 by Paul Crouch, an Assemblies of God minister, and spouse Jan Crouch as KTBN.
Crouch and his wife, Jan, founded the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) in 1973.

Independent station (North America)

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TBN began their broadcasting activities by renting time on independent station KBSA (now UniMás owned-and-operated station KFTR-DT) in Ontario, California.

TBN Salsa

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TBN owns and operates six broadcast networks, each reaching separate demographics; in addition to the main TBN network, TBN owns Hillsong Channel, Smile, TBN Enlace, TBN Salsa and JUCE TV.
TBN Salsa is an American Christian-based digital broadcast television network that is owned by the Trinity Broadcasting Network.

Jan Crouch

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The Trinity Broadcasting Network was co-founded in 1973 by Paul Crouch, an Assemblies of God minister, and spouse Jan Crouch as KTBN.
Crouch and her husband, Paul, founded the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) in 1973, along with Jim Bakker.

Matt Crouch (TBN)

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Matt Crouch currently serves as TBN's president and head of operations.
A second-generation television producer and executive, he is currently president of Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), and serves as the primary host (along with his wife Laurie) of the network's flagship program Praise.

KPAZ-TV

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In 1977, the ministry purchased KPAZ-TV in Phoenix, Arizona, becoming its second television station property.
KPAZ-TV, virtual channel 21 (UHF digital channel 20), is a TBN owned-and-operated television station licensed to Phoenix, Arizona, United States.

Costa Mesa, California

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TBN was headquartered in Costa Mesa, California until March 3, 2017 when it sold its highly visible office park.
Ceradyne, El Pollo Loco, Emulex, Hurley, RVCA, Toyota Racing Development, the Trinity Broadcasting Network, Vans, and Volcom are among the businesses headquartered in Costa Mesa.

Community Educational Television

Many of TBN's stations are owned by the ministry outright, while others are owned through the subsidiary Community Educational Television, in order to own stations that TBN cannot acquire directly due to FCC ownership limits (which restrict companies from owning stations with a combined market reach of 39% of the United States), or are allocated for educational use and require additional programming to comply with that license purpose.
Community Educational Television (CET) is a Trinity Broadcasting Network subsidiary, which owns six TBN-affiliated television stations in Texas and Florida, all on channels allocated for educational broadcasting as mandated by the Federal Communications Commission.

KTBN-TV

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After many struggles, the Crouches managed to raise the down payment and took over the station outright, with the station becoming KTBN-TV in 1977 and its city of license being reassigned to TBN's original homebase, Santa Ana, in 1983.
It is the flagship station of the locally based Trinity Broadcasting Network.

Daystar (TV network)

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Of those, 17 were sold to another Christian television network, Daystar.
The Lambs built the station for the next five years, and sold it in 1990 to the Trinity Broadcasting Network.

Luken Communications

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Another 151 translators were donated to the Minority Media and Television Council (MMTC), an organization designed to preserve equal opportunity and civil rights in the media; MMTC would later sell 78 of these translators to Luken Communications, parent company of the Retro Television Network.

Gadsden, Alabama

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Auxiliary studio facilities are located in Irving, Texas; Hendersonville, Tennessee; Gadsden, Alabama; Decatur, Georgia; Miami, Florida; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Orlando, Florida; and New York City.

WRBJ-TV

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On October 22, 2012, TBN acquired WRBJ-TV in Jackson, Mississippi from Roberts Broadcasting.
WRBJ-TV, virtual and UHF digital channel 34, is a TBN owned-and-operated television station licensed to Magee, Mississippi, United States, serving the Jackson, Hattiesburg and Meridian television markets.

Smile (TV network)

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TBN owns and operates six broadcast networks, each reaching separate demographics; in addition to the main TBN network, TBN owns Hillsong Channel, Smile, TBN Enlace, TBN Salsa and JUCE TV. Programs featured as part of the lineup - which are also broadcast on TBN's Smile network - are intended to fulfill E/I programming requirements as per the FCC's Children's Television Act; these range from contemporary programs (such as VeggieTales and 3-2-1 Penguins!), classic series (such as Davey and Goliath), and TBN originals (such as iShine Knect and Mary Rice Hopkins & Puppets with a Heart).
Smile (shortened from its original name of Smile of a Child) is an American Christian-based free-to-air television network owned and operated by the Trinity Broadcasting Network.

Hillsong Channel

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TBN owns and operates six broadcast networks, each reaching separate demographics; in addition to the main TBN network, TBN owns Hillsong Channel, Smile, TBN Enlace, TBN Salsa and JUCE TV. On July 8, 2013, TBN announced an affiliation with the Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada religious station Miracle Channel; as part of the agreement, Miracle Channel added some of TBN's flagship programs, including Praise The Lord and Behind The Scenes, while TBN picked up programs shown on Miracle Channel, including services from the Springs Church (of which Miracle Channel CEO Leon Fontaine is a pastor), and The Leon Show on The Church Channel.
Hillsong Channel is a Christian-based broadcast television network and is a joint venture of the international Sydney-based Hillsong Church, and the American Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN).

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Only Gray Television would purchase a transmitter in Dothan, which was converted into NBC affiliate WRGX-LD; the licenses in Ottumwa (KUMK-LP) and Jackson (WZMC-LP) would later be cancelled (the NBC affiliate in Jackson, WNBJ-LD, operates using a different license).
Plans for an NBC affiliate in Jackson originated with the 2011 acquisition of former TBN repeater W35AH channel 35 from the Minority Media and Television Council (an organization designed to preserve equal opportunity and civil rights in the media) by New Moon Communications, as part of a package deal that also included former TBN repeaters in Dothan, Alabama; Jonesboro, Arkansas; and Ottumwa, Iowa.

KFTR-DT

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TBN began their broadcasting activities by renting time on independent station KBSA (now UniMás owned-and-operated station KFTR-DT) in Ontario, California.
In 1973, Paul Crouch and Jim Bakker purchased time on the station to launch their television ministry, known as the Trinity Broadcasting Network, which served as the network's original home.

Rod Parsley

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Non-denominational programmers on TBN's schedule include Joel Osteen, Nasir Siddiki, Steve Munsey, Benny Hinn, Rod Parsley, Creflo Dollar, Joyce Meyer, Eddie L. Long, Jesse Duplantis, Paula White and Kenneth Copeland.
His television program, Breakthrough with Rod Parsley, airs daily on the Daystar TV Network, the Trinity Broadcasting Network, and The Word Network.

MC Hammer

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Burrell became a preacher during the late 1990s with a Christian ministry program on TBN called M.C. Hammer and Friends.

T. D. Jakes

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Jakes's church services and evangelistic sermons are broadcast on The Potter's Touch, which airs on Lightsource.com, the Trinity Broadcasting Network, Black Entertainment Television, the Daystar Television Network and The Word Network.

Mike Huckabee

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He is the host of the talk show Huckabee, which ran on the Fox News Channel from 2008-2015, and currently runs on the Trinity Broadcasting Network, simulcast on Newsmax TV.

VeggieTales

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Programs featured as part of the lineup - which are also broadcast on TBN's Smile network - are intended to fulfill E/I programming requirements as per the FCC's Children's Television Act; these range from contemporary programs (such as VeggieTales and 3-2-1 Penguins!), classic series (such as Davey and Goliath), and TBN originals (such as iShine Knect and Mary Rice Hopkins & Puppets with a Heart).
On November 3, 2012, the show began running on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) as well as its children's network Smile, where it currently continues to air the original videos (in a repackaged and edited format).

CJIL-DT

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On July 8, 2013, TBN announced an affiliation with the Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada religious station Miracle Channel; as part of the agreement, Miracle Channel added some of TBN's flagship programs, including Praise The Lord and Behind The Scenes, while TBN picked up programs shown on Miracle Channel, including services from the Springs Church (of which Miracle Channel CEO Leon Fontaine is a pastor), and The Leon Show on The Church Channel.
CJIL was the Canadian partner of the U.S. religious broadcaster Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN).

Carl Baugh

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Baugh promotes creationism as the host of the Creation in the 21st Century TV program on the Trinity Broadcasting Network.