Trinity Broadcasting Network's TBN has begun broadcasting in Hong Kong on the territory's largest pay-TV platform.
Trinity Broadcasting Network
The onward march of on-demand digital news available by simply touching a screen is likely to cause yet more headaches in the boardrooms of international news broadcasters.
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California-based Trinity Broadcasting Network, a U.S. Christian TV group, is bringing the word of God to Madrid, and showing the color of its money.