Bible Broadcasting Network
The Bible Broadcasting Network is a listener-supported global Christian radio network staffed and headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. The programming consists of 50% outside ministries, 30% music and 20% BBN-produced programs. The network was founded in 1968 by its then-president, Lowell Davey. Programming content includes traditional Christian music, prayer times, children's programs, Bible teaching, teen programs, and family guidance programs. The network was born out of Davey's failed offer to buy a radio station in Norfolk, Virginia. The company was incorporated and on March 28, 1969, bought bankrupt WYFI and began broadcasting on October 2, 1971, at 5 p.m.
Dissemenation of Religious and Educational Information By Means of$9.6m
1) radio broadcasting in three languages 2) internet audio streaming in eight languages 3) literature distribution 4) free online bible institute in eight languages. Bbn owns and operates over 100 radio stations in north and south america and provides programming via satellite to several stations which have chosen to affiliate with us. Bbn maintains a database of over 50,000 donors.