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What is the CBN News Channel?

For over 30 years, CBN News has delivered news with a Christian perspective. Our expanded operations include news bureaus in Washington, D.C., and Jerusalem as well as resources at CBN International facilities around the world. In addition, to producing news for the award-winning 700 Club, CBN News produces daily newscasts and weekly news programs that are available for distribution.

CBN News is a trusted source because of demonstrated Christian values and an understanding of issues and events from a biblical perspective. We provide positive, uplifting stories about what God is doing in the world today and how He is changing lives, and history, through His church.

How can I find out what is playing?

Please visit the Show page to find out more about our various news programs: http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/all-shows. You can also sign up for our alerts so you may receive updates: http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/email-forms.

Where can I see what shows are coming up?

We can’t always control the channel listings but will do our best to work with the cable providers. In the meantime, check out our listing for all the current listings for the CBN News Channel: http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/newschannel/schedule.

What kind of antenna should I buy?

For best reception, your choice of antenna can make a difference. Antenna categories include both indoor and outdoor, which are effective at different distances. There are indoor 30-mile antennas for channels within a 25 mile radius, indoor 50-mile antennas for channels within a 50 mile radius, and outdoor antennas effective for channels within a 65+ mile radius. If you live in an area with a lot of interference from hills or mountains or have a great distance from the tower, the higher you can mount your antenna the better the signal. Beware that in some areas with bad terrain, even the best antenna won’t be able to pick up a signal. For more information go to https://antennaweb.org/.

Does the CBN News Channel provide closed captioning?

CBN News Channel provides closed captioning, and we are constantly ensuring that we are in compliance with FCC regulations.

How do I get closed captions to show up?

Every show on CBN News Channel has closed captioning. If your closed captions are turned on and working, but not appearing on a specific show, send us information about the show at Tech@cbn.org. We’ll work to find a solution

Can I suggest programming?

Yes, we value your feedback. If there is a topic you would like to see a show on the CBN News Channel, please email us at newswatch@cbn.org. Passion for news is what we’re all about and we'll happily pass your suggestion on to our programming team as viewer input. Your feedback is helpful.

How can I receive updates on the CBN News Channel programming?

You can always check our schedule to find out what’s playing.

Please sign up for our newsletter so we can deliver our exclusive programming straight to you.

How can I become an affiliate?

We’d love for you to be part of CBN News Channel. Help us spread the word about this exciting channel featuring news from a Christian perspective. For more information and to receive a media kit, click here.

When will I need to run a channel scan?

Run a channel scan after setting up the antenna. If you already have an over-the-air antenna and have not recently run a scan, you may need to rescan your channels as CBN News Channel local stations may have been recently added to your area.

I have my TV in a metal cabinet. Will an indoor digital antenna work for me?

Not necessarily. Any large metal objects may prevent the signal from reaching your antenna. For best results, you must place the antenna outside of or above the metal cabinet.

My home has aluminum siding/insulation. Where should I place my antenna?

To minimize interference and improve your signal reception, position the antenna near a window.

Can I use an antenna in my basement?

TV signals usually cannot penetrate into basement locations due to their lower elevation.

Do I need to pay for programming?

No. Programming received through a digital antenna is free.

Do you still have questions about the CBN News Channel?

We want to hear from you! Please email us at newswatch@cbn.org.

Do you still have technical questions?

For technical questions or issues, please contact us at tech@cbn.com.