The Christian Broadcasting Association (CBA) is a New Zealand non-profit radio production company, set up to produce Christian programmes for secular radio stations and non-Christian audiences. It predominantly produces programmes for Newstalk ZB and Radio Sport. According to the association's website, it aims to "communicate the essentials of the Christian faith" to people who do not identify as Christians and "would never set foot inside a church", and produced 4000 programmes between 2000 and 2015.

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  • The Christian Broadcasting Association (CBA) is a New Zealand non-profit radio production company, set up to produce Christian programmes for secular radio stations and non-Christian audiences. It predominantly produces programmes for Newstalk ZB and Radio Sport. According to the association's website, it aims to "communicate the essentials of the Christian faith" to people who do not identify as Christians and "would never set foot inside a church", and produced 4000 programmes between 2000 and 2015. The association's programmes are presented by a range of announcers with secular broadcasting experience, including parenting advisers Ian Grant and John Cowan, writer John Cooney, documentary maker Rob Harley, TV personality Petra Bagust, pastor Frank Ritchie, media consultant Tim Sisarich, One News reporter Joy Reid, voice talent Julia Bloore and TV personality Dayna Vawdrey. Many staff, volunteers and supporters have also been involved in Rhema Media, an interdenominational Christian broadcasting company which started around the same time. CBA programmes receive funding from NZ On Air. The organisation received $82,000 in the 2013-14 financial year, out of a total radio production funding pool of $345,175. CBA is also supported by a prayer taskforce, subscriptions, church advocates, regular donors and volunteers. The association operates a small office with six full-time staff — a general manager, executive administrator, programming director, accounts manager, fundraiser and administrator. (en)
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  • The Christian Broadcasting Association (CBA) is a New Zealand non-profit radio production company, set up to produce Christian programmes for secular radio stations and non-Christian audiences. It predominantly produces programmes for Newstalk ZB and Radio Sport. According to the association's website, it aims to "communicate the essentials of the Christian faith" to people who do not identify as Christians and "would never set foot inside a church", and produced 4000 programmes between 2000 and 2015. (en)
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