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CBN TV is an American conventional intense religious live stream television network and production company. Created by televangelist Pat Robertson, its headquarters and main studios are based in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States. CBN also provides live TV streaming online free for its viewers. CBN has been defined as having been “at the forefront of the culture wars since the network’s inception in the early 1960s. CBN was started in 1960 in Portsmouth, Virginia by Pat Robertson, who had newly become a born-again Christian. In late 1961, he started broadcasting religious content, sponsored by small donations from individuals and local churches. One of the company’s mainstays is The 700 Club, which uses a religious variety program that assortments sermons, interviews, and religious music (such as hymns and gospel).

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CBN Asia manages Operation Blessing International Relief and Development Corporation (OBI), an international relief and missionary effort, and has international programming, constructing local programs including Solusi in Indonesia and From Heart to Heart in Thailand; CBN India produces three shows, a daily Hindi program Ek Nayee Zindagi, a bi-weekly Telugu program Nireekshana and an award-winning weekly Bengali program Samadhan. On April 29, 1977, CBN introduced a religious cable network, the CBN Satellite Service. The channel was later restored as the CBN Cable Network in 1981, and commenced incorporating secular programming alongside religious content. In August 1988, it rebranded as The CBN Family Channel (later dropping the “CBN” name outright in September 1990), before selling it to International Family Entertainment (owned by Robertson’s son, Timothy) two years later as the network developed too profitable for CBN to maintain its nonprofit status. Some of CBN’s programs also air on the Trinity Broadcasting Network, Cornerstone Television, FamilyNet, LeSEA Broadcasting Corporation, TCT and Middle East Television (which was founded and owned by CBN, until it was sold to LeSEA in the early 2000s), all of which are Evangelical Christian networks. The secular commercial stations that continue to air The 700 Club in syndication (along with Freeform) air CBN’s annual telethon during the last week of January.