Today, CNL is the largest Christian Russian and Ukrainian Television Network. It is now broadcast from two three satellites transmitted to over three hundred cable networks, covering the entire Northern hemisphere reaching audiences of millions. Since 2015 CNL has worldwide coverage through Internet streaming including multiple APPs such as ROKU, FireTV (Amazon), Google, and Android devices.
CNL seeks to offer a wide variety of programs with Christian doctrine being taught both in the form of sermons as well as entertainment and documentaries. For example, cooking programs concluding with a short exhortation of Biblical truth are aired on CNL. People of all ages and social status will find programs to suit their taste: children's, youth, music, serious and lighthearted debate and everyday conversation. CNL viewers get to meet interesting people, learn about Bible history and receive answers to their questions. The programs address different aspects of the Christian life; personal character, relationships between the Christian and society, family relationships, and child-rearing. They discuss how to live in wholeness and help viewers better understand both God and themselves. CNL offers viewers a wide range of programs from scientific to evangelistic, educational to musical, news articles and children's programs. Most broadcasters and program producers are well-renowned international preachers, teachers, evangelists and spiritual leaders. From their TV screens viewers are able to watch such well known ministries as Joyce Meyer, Rick and Denise Renner, Maxim and Larisa Maximov, Dr. Charles Stanley, Andrew Wommack, Dr. RR Soares, Rabbi Schneider and many more share God’s Word. CNL welcomes partnership with anyone producing interesting programs.
CNL TV operates offices in USA, Ukraine, Russia, The Baltic States and Germany.
In this day and age of high-speed Internet and mobile connection, CNL keeps up with the times. Online Internet streaming began in 2007 and already it is no longer just a novelty. Rather, it is a great blessing for many Russian-speaking people, who are not able to watch CNL through satellite or cable networks. Today, even Russian speakers from Australia, Korea, India, China, some African countries, Turkey and Cyprus are using the Internet to watch CNL's Christian Channel. Many of these people are living far away from their historically native land and they don't have the opportunity to be a part of a Christian community. For them, CNL is the one and only connection with the wider Christian world.
These days, CNL's popularity is growing on the social networks with the number of followers on Vkontakte and Facebook increasing daily. Through this medium, viewers can comment, have conversation, ask questions and receive answers. Many of CNL’s videos and programs such as Maxim Maximov’s program "The Light Under the Lamp" and "House of Faith" are spreading widely, and gaining popularity now they are available on YouTube and other mediums.
Numerous viewers and Internet users are taking advantage of the opportunity to stream free programs that interest them from CNL's video archive located on the website CNL.VIDEO. CNL TV is making every effort to keep up with technological development and is choosing to use all possible mediums so even more can hear the message of the Gospel. In 2015 CNL introduced its new internet-based apps through which viewers can watch Christian news and their favorite programs and preachers.