Paul Crouch Jr. currently serves as the Director of Project Development for The Word Network, a Christian television network operating out of Southfield, Michigan and Orange, California. He is best known for his association with the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), which was founded by his parents Paul Sr. and Jan Crouch in 1973.
As a teenager, Paul Jr. worked behind the scenes during the formative years of TBN, alongside his parents and younger brother, Matthew. In the early 1980’s he formed PJ Video – a full service video production company, and later co-founded The Edit Bay, both offering post-production editing capabilities to Christian ministries and secular clients. In 1990 Paul Jr. joined Jay Sekulow in establishing Sonlight Broadcasting Systems, a network of Christian television stations based in the southern United States, and served as board member there until 1995.
In 1998 Paul Jr. returned to TBN as vice president of production, where he had the opportunity to oversee the development of new programs and special projects, including the launch of JCTV, TBN’s youth network. He also led TBN’s expansion into various digital platforms, including social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, live video streaming content to mobile platforms, and video on demand. Paul Jr. later stepped down from his role at TBN in October 2011.