SAT-7 is a Christian satellite television organization based in Nicosia, Cyprus and broadcasting 24/7 in Arabic, Persian (Farsi), and Turkish across 22 countries in the Middle East and North Africa, as well as 50 countries in Europe. Founded in 1995, SAT-7 is the first and largest Christian satellite organization serving the region. Terence Ascott, Founder, has served as International CEO since 1995. More than 80% of programming is produced in the Middle East by Middle Easterners. The network broadcasts "free to air" to viewers and as a nonprofit organization is supported financially by interested individuals from the region, Europe, Asia, and North America. In 2011, viewership was estimated at over 15 million.
Trinity Broadcasting Network TBN is the world’s largest religious network and America’s most watched faith channel. In 1973, Paul and Jan Crouch founded the network with the flagship show entitled "Praise the Lord". TBN offers 24 hours of commercial-free inspirational programming for Protestant, Catholic and Messianic Jewish denominations. Programs are translated into numerous foreign languages at the International Production Center in Irving, Texas. Across America and around the world TBN is carried by TV stations and cable systems to millions of homes. As of 2012, TBN is featured on over 5,000 television stations, 33 satellites, the Internet and thousands of cable systems around the world.