via press release:

“The Brody File” To Air On ABC Family Channel Through Nov. Election
–Half-Hour Program Begins Friday, Aug. 24 at 9:30am E.T. —

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. (August 15, 2012) — CBN’s Chief Political Correspondent David Brody is taking his popular political blog and online television program, “The Brody File,” to cable – ABC Family Channel.

Beginning August 24, The Brody File will broadcast Friday mornings at 9:30am E.T. The 30-minute program will run on ABC Family Channel through the November 2012 election.

The Brody File will replace CBN’s The 700 Club Interactive, which will continue to air Monday through Thursday on the cable channel.

“With the election less than 90 days away, this is the perfect time to showcase David’s The Brody File on the ABC Family Channel,” Gordon Robertson, CEO of Christian Broadcasting Network. “David’s popular blog coupled with his unique political perspective will offer viewers a bird’s eye view of the 2012 presidential race as well as the important issues facing faith and politics.”

An Emmy-award winning journalist, David Brody is currently the Chief Political Correspondent for CBN News. Indeed, his political blog has been featured in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Washington Post.

With more than 23-years of reporting experience, Brody has interviewed many prominent national figures. His recent one-on-one interviews have crossed the ideological spectrum. He’s interviewed Barack Obama, Gov. Sarah Palin, Speaker Newt Gingrich, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid among many others.

Brody is also a political contributor to Glenn Beck’s GBTV network, and offers weekly political analysis on FOX News, CNN and MSNBC. In addition, he has appeared frequently as a roundtable panelist on NBC’s Meet The Press. He is also author of the recent book, The Teavangelicals. View David Brody’s bio at

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