From coast to coast and around the world. You are part of the world's largest prayer and praise gathering. Inspiring guests, faith building content. Launched by Paul and Jan Crouch in with one small station broadcasting to the Los Angeles area, TBN today is a growing family of over thirty global networks reaching every inhabited continent with a broad range of inspirational, entertaining, and life-changing programming twenty-four hours a day. In the U. TBN's family of networks is available to 98 percent of television households, and globally TBN reaches an estimated two billion potential viewers each day!
On paper I am so embarrassed by my firstworldentitlement. But the struggle is real people. After a few frustrating weeks, an invitation started to break through my anger. I loaded up my playlists with worship music, audio books and podcasts.
While traditional radio companies continually evaluate ways to increase ad revenue and integrate new strategies to hold onto audience amid a consistent stream of new audio competition, there is one player in the radio arena whose approach is, one might say, more inspired by faith. Christian broadcasters have quietly amassed thriving broadcast platforms whose audience and revenue readily compete with the likes of iHeartMedia or Entercom. And leaders in religious-based programming have led their own version of a quiet storm: Both Salem Media Group and Educational Media Foundation EMF , the two largest players in the space, are also engaged in aggressive growth mode. Even within the sector, these two players are thriving via completely different business models.