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Gordon Robertson
Executive Producer
Gordon serves as executive producer of The 700 Club, a show that he frequently co-hosts. Gordon also hosts 700 Club Interactive, which airs on ABC Family.

Gordon produces CBN’s Emmy-nominated Superbook series, which utilizes state-of-the-art animation to share the truth of God’s Word while teaching children how to grow in Christ. He is actively involved in all aspects of programming for CBN’s ministry in both television and the Internet, and is dedicated to maximizing the potential of new technologies to spread the Gospel worldwide.

In recent years, Gordon has traveled the world to executive produce and host documentaries about history and biblical archaeology. Under his guidance, one of these documentaries, Made in Israel, was nominated for three Emmy Awards in 2014.

A graduate of Yale University, Gordon went on to earn a Juris Doctor degree from Washington and Lee University. For ten years, he practiced law in the Norfolk, Virginia area.
Erin Zimmerman
After earning an M.A. in Broadcast Journalism from Regent University, Erin spent four years at CBN News, where she served as a segment producer and line producer for The 700 Club newscast. She has also worked as a producer, historical consultant and scriptwriter for CBN’s animated program Superbook. For the past seven years, she has traveled to Israel, Jordan, Turkey and Europe to produce documentaries about history and biblical archaeology with CBN’s CEO Gordon Robertson. In 2014, Erin was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Special Class Writing for the documentary Made In Israel.
Lior Sperandeo
Director of Photography
Lior is the Director of Photography for The Hope. After three years of service in the Israeli Defense Forces, he joined the CBN News Jerusalem bureau in 2009, covering news events in Israel and throughout the Middle East. In 2011, Lior joined the CBN Documentaries team as Director of Photography, cameraman and producer, filming documentaries on Jewish and Christian history and ancient archaeology in Israel, Turkey and Europe. In 2014, Lior was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Photography for the documentary Made in Israel. As the grandchild of Holocaust survivors, Lior feels a deep, personal calling when it comes to telling the story of the rebirth of the State of Israel in The Hope.
Jean-Guy Bureau
Director of Photography (U.S.)
William Ellison
Video Editor