DMAS 1 & 3

Trinity Buying New York And Chicago LPTVs

Spectrum aggregator LocusPoint Networks has sold two low-power stations to Trinity Broadcasting Network. Trinity is paying $13 million for WDVB-CD Edison, N.J. (DMA 1, New York) and WLPD-CD Chicago (DMA 3). LocusPoint is owned by Bill deKay and Ravi Potharlanka. Religious broadcaster Trinity owns full- and low-power stations and several broadcast networks. Greg Guy of Patrick Communications brokered the deal.

Trinity Broadcasting Renews Intelsat Contract

The religious broadcaster extends its long-term HD and SD North American distribution agreement for another decade.

‘Huckabee’ Moving From Fox News To TBN

Viewers who liked Mike Huckabee when he held forth on Fox News Channel on Saturday nights are likely to get a super-serving of him very soon on religious broadcaster Trinity Broadcasting Network. The former Republican governor of Arkansas and presidential candidate is taking his show to Nashville, where he hopes to expand interview segments and host musicians and artists while maintaining many of the elements that kept him on Fox News for nearly seven years.

Trinity Broadcasting’s Jan Crouch Dies At 78

Crouch and her husband, Paul, started the network in 1973 by renting airtime on an independent California station.

Faith-Based TBN Adds Hong Kong Mission

Televangelist Paul Crouch Dies At 79

Crouch and his wife, Jan.Televangelist Paul Crouch founded the Trinity Broadcasting Network with his wife, Jan, in 1973 and grew it into an international Christian empire. He died at his home in Orange, Calif., on Saturday after a decade-long fight with degenerative heart disease.

TBN Fight Offers Look Inside TV Ministry

A granddaughter of the couple that founded the Trinity Broadcasting Network has gone public with accusations of financial impropriety and excess, which TBN denies.

Lawsuits Put Trinity Bcstg. Under Scrutiny

Televangelists Paul and Jan Crouch, founders of the religious Trinity Broadcasting Network are under attack by their granddaughter Brittany Koper, who recently filed court papers that include allegations of $50 million in financial shenanigans at the world’s largest Christian broadcasting network. Her suit was followed by another from a Koper in-law. The legal skirmish offers a rare window into the secretive world of the sprawling religious nonprofit and exposes a family feud that could draw more outside scrutiny of TBN.

Trinity Broadcasting Adds Spectra Tape Library