Paul Crouch, Jr

Paul Crouch, Jr

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Biography

paul_brenda_crouchPaul Crouch Jr.’s career in Christian broadcasting is second to none.  He currently serves as Chairman and Chief Designer for Cinemills Corporation. Cinemills provides full service, turn-key production support and designs, manufactures and supplies lighting equipment for motion pictures, television and still photography. Additionally, Paul provides management, technical and creative consulting services for TCT Network. Paul is also known for his long association with the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) which was founded by his parents, Paul Sr. and Jan Crouch.

Under Paul’s leadership as TBN’s Chief of Staff he introduced several new affiliate networks including the award-winning youth network JCTV and iTBN, a digital broadcast network which offers video on demand and streaming content. Paul also oversaw the expansion of the network’s global partnerships with cable and satellite companies while frequently hosting TBN’s flagship daily show, Praise the Lord as well as hosting his own daily show, Behind the Scenes.

In addition to his role with TBN, Paul founded PJ Video, a full-service video production company offering services to both Christian ministries and secular clients and co-founded The Edit Bay, a post-production editing facility. Paul’s focus over the past few years has been the continued expansion of PJ Video and pursing his passion for film production and creative set design.

Paul’s latest venture with the Cinemill’s management team includes a collaboration between Truli Media and Cinemills Media and the formation of Truli Cinemills LLC (TCMC). TCMC is set to produce and distribute high-quality, family-friendly films, documentaries and TV series in English and Spanish. TCMC, by way of Truli.com’s digital platform, will offer a unique online experience in faith and family entertainment. The first project announced as part of TCMC is A Cowgirl’s Story, a full-length feature film inspired by the classic novel Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. A Cowgirl’s Story is set to be distributed by Samuel Goldwyn Films.