The Christian Broadcasting Network

Chris Carpenter

Chris Carpenter Program Director

Chris Carpenter is the Program Director for, the Web site of the Christian Broadcasting Network. He also serves as lead producer for “Studio 10”, an Internet exclusive web cast show seen on In addition to his regular duties, Chris writes a popular weekly sports and leisure column for the Web site.

In 2003, Chris won a national Telly Award for his work on "War or Peace in the Middle East", a original web cast. He was also recognized for his innovation, integrity, and excellence in 2002 and 2004 as a recipient of CBN's President's Award.

Prior to coming to CBN, Chris served as principal anchor for Media One’s “Local Edition”, a five-minute news insert program that appeared on CNN’s Headline News. He was nominated for a Massachussetts Cable Commission award for outstanding newscast in 1996. While at Media One, Chris also became the Major League beat reporter for “Forever Baseball”, a nationally syndicated television program that aired on Sports Channel America, Fox Sports Net, as well as various major and minor league stadiums across the country. On “Forever Baseball,” he had the opportunity cover several World Series, championship series, and All-Star Games.

His position there led to the opportunity to create, a groundbreaking Web site dedicated to the celebration of the high school athlete. The site spawned a television program of the same name that airs daily throughout New England. Under his leadership, the Web site was nominated for a national Beacon Award in 1999, for outstanding sports Web site, as well as being tabbed as one of the five best sports Web sites in Massachusetts by Boston Magazine.

Chris began his career by working as a production assistant at then CBS Affiliate WHDH-TV in Boston, Massachusetts. He then served as the Media Director at Newbury College in Brookline, Massachusetts for four years. While at Newbury, he taught undergraduate courses in broadcasting, journalism, and media studies. His efforts netted the Faculty of the Year Award in 1992 and an Outstanding Contribution Award in 1994.

Chris has co-authored a book entitled “Murder at the Baseball Hall of Fame” (St. Martin’s Press) that was published in the fall of 1996. Set in Cooperstown, New York, the murder mystery follows the exploits of private detective Frank Branco in his quest to solve the murder of former major leaguer Herb Frawley.

Chris holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications from Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, Massachusetts.

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