VIRGINIA BEACH, VAThe Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) – one of the world’s largest and longest-running religious broadcasters –  celebrates 32 years of CBN News coverage of the Republican National Convention (RNC).

Throughout the 2016 presidential race, CBN has been a frontrunner in faith-based news coverage, constantly providing exclusive interviews and forums with the candidates.

Just last week Pat Robertson, founder of the network, conducted an extended one-on-one interview with now Republican nominee, Donald Trump. Other candidates to visit CBN during this election cycle have included Gov. Jeb Bush, Gov. John Kasich, Sen. Ted Cruz, and Dr. Ben Carson.

“The Republican and Democratic conventions represent ‘history-in-the-making’ and draw the finest journalists in the world,” says Gordon Robertson, CEO of CBN. “Our team is doing the hard work of providing expert analysis of the event itself, while uncovering the stories behind the spectacle that truly matter to our audience.”

The CBN News convention team is led by DC Bureau Chief Robin Mazyck, Senior Political Correspondent David Brody, 700 Club News anchor John Jessup and Abigail Robertson.


Since 1984, CBN has covered both the RNC and the Democratic National Convention, and will be sending a team of journalists to the DNC next week.




Christian Broadcasting Network is a multifaceted nonprofit organization that provides cable, broadcast, satellite and online programming to approximately 200 countries around the world. CBN and its affiliated organizations aim to report the news of the day from an informed Christian perspective. For more than 50 years, CBN has continued to grow in both size and scope as a leading voice in Christian broadcasting, media and communications by utilizing cutting-edge technology in every area of its operation.
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