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IF YOU DON'T LIKE THE RULES GET THE RULES CHANGED...  EVEN IF YOU BREAK THE LAW TO DO IT. 
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Her relationship with TBN began as a volunteer, she was sincerely interested in participating in the stated mission of TBN.

A "salaried" employee of TBN, she had first volunteered in 1979, soon became a salaried employee.  In 1981 she became the "assistant to the president" meaning whatever the president wants you to do, you execute...  Her prime responsibility became keeping up with broadcasting licenses, new filings, new stations, etc.
 
Pearl Jane Duff testified before the FCC on behalf of TBN/NMTV.  Her story is in the document at this link.  Read carefully paragraphs 15 & 16.  Named to the Board of Directors of both TBN, TBF, TTI and NMTV, she was the primary liason for TBN, et al, with FCC counsel.

The links herein provided will take the reader to the FCC rulings of NMTV as a "sham" corporation instigated by Paul Crouch to get preferential treatment from the FCC for approval of his license application for Channel 45, Miami, Florida.  The TBN application was denied.  They are well worth the read. 
 
This ruling by the FCC was argued for more than a year with Paul even at one point blaming Colby May (TBN Communications attorney) for the failure to keep him lined up with the FCC requirements he had "overlooked" in his management of NMTV.  Colby May witnessed before a Congressional committee and Paul Crouch lobbied the committee's members.  The rules got changed tying the hands of the FCC regulators. After the order was vacated, a celebratory Paul Crouch bragged on a Behind The Scenes broadcast that it cost him $40 MM.  The questions become "Who got the money"?  The attorneys, the competing license application holder, the committee members, the FCC?  What money did he spend?
 
Opinion of a "sham corporation" by the FCC in 1999.
 
Under a ruling by the Appeals Court, with the rules changed by Congress, the order was subsequently vacated by the FCC in May, 2000.