Who owns CBN news?

The Christian Broadcasting Network, Inc.
Christian Broadcasting Network

Type Religious television network/production company
Founded 1960 by Pat Robertson
Headquarters Virginia Beach, Virginia
Owner The Christian Broadcasting Network, Inc.
Key people Gordon P. Robertson (CEO) Rob Allman (news director)

Is Gordon Robertson Pat Robertson son?

Gordon P. Robertson
Tim Robertson
Pat Robertson/Sons

How old is Terry meeuwsen?

72 years (March 2, 1949)
Terry Meeuwsen/Age
Terry Anne Meeuwsen Friedrich (born March 2, 1949) is an American television personality, co-host of the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN)’s 700 Club, author and singer.

What religion is 700 Club Asia?

The 700 Club is the flagship television program of the Christian Broadcasting Network, airing each weekday in syndication in the United States and available worldwide on CBN.com. The news magazine program features live guests, daily news, contemporary music, testimonies, and Christian ministry.

Why do they call it the 700 Club?

(The “700 Club” name was inspired by a 1963 telethon during which Mr. Robertson, the CBN’s founder, asked 700 viewers to pledge $10-a-month to support the network.) When Mr. Robertson.

Is Pat Robertson still married?

He serves as chancellor and CEO of Regent University and chairman of the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN). He appears daily on The 700 Club, CBN’s flagship television program….

Pat Robertson
Years active 1961–present
Television The 700 Club (1966–present)
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Dede Elmer ​ ( m. 1954)​

Who is Gordon Robertson wife?

Katharyn Robertson
Gordon P. Robertson/Wife

Who is Pat Robertson wife?

Adelia Elmer Robertsonm. 1954
Pat Robertson/Wife

Where is Terry meeuwsen now?

Today at 46, Meeuwsen is considerably more knowledgable about Christianity. Since 1993, she has been co-host with Pat Robertson and Ben Kinchlow on The 700 Club, a weekday broadcast of conservative news and commentary, features and ministry from The Christian Broadcasting Network’s studios in Virginia Beach, Va.

Who is the founder of The 700 Club?

Marion Gordon Robertson
Pat Robertson, original name Marion Gordon Robertson, (born March 22, 1930, Lexington, Virginia, U.S.), American evangelist who was noted for his conservative views. He founded (1960) what became the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), which aired his talk show, The 700 Club.

What channels is 700 Club on?

Christian Broadcasting Network
FreeformTBN Films
The 700 Club/Networks

What happened to Ben on The 700 Club?

Ben Kinchlow, Pat Robertson’s affable, former co-host on the long-running spiritual program “The 700 Club,” has died at the age of 82. The evangelist passed away Thursday. No cause of death was offered but he apparently died in his hospital bed, reported Charisma News.

What does Gordon Robertson do for a living?

Currently he is producing the new CBN Superbook animated series, which follows the Bible-based adventures of two time-traveling children and their robot friend. Today, in addition to co-hosting The 700 Club, Robertson is an executive producer. He also serves on CBN’s board of directors.

When did Gordon Robertson return to the 700 Club?

Gordon returned to the USA in April 1999 to co-host the original 700 Club and, more recently, The 700 Club Interactive program which is seen on Freeform and online. Currently he is producing the new CBN Superbook animated series, which follows the Bible-based adventures of two time-traveling children and their robot friend.

Where did Gordon p.robertson go to college?

Robertson graduated from The McCallie School in 1976, from Yale in 1980, and afterward from his father’s alma mater, Washington and Lee University (“W&L”), with a Juris Doctor degree.

Where does Gordon p.robertson live in Virginia?

He and his wife, Katharyn, live in Virginia with their three children. His grandfather, Absalom Willis Robertson, was a Democratic U.S. Senator from Virginia. ^ “We’ve Come a Long Way, Baby, in Race Relations, March 16, 2008”. demo.openlogicsys.com. Retrieved June 6, 2012.