As senior correspondent in CBN's Washington bureau, Paul Strand has covered a variety of political and social issues, with an emphasis on defense, justice, and Congress.
Strand began his tenure at CBN News in 1985 as an evening assignment editor in Washington, D.C. After a year, he worked with CBN Radio News for three years, returning to the television newsroom to accept a position as editor in 1990. After five years in Virginia Beach, Strand moved back to the nation's capital, where he has been a correspondent since 1995.
Before joining CBN News, Strand served as the newspaper editor for Griffiss Air Force Base in Rome, New York. After five years there, he returned to Oregon, his home state, to serve as a news producer at KEZI in Eugene for over three years. He then moved to KPTV in Portland, where he worked as an assignment editor.
After receiving his undergraduate degree from the State University of New York, Strand then earned a Master of Science in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Oregon.
Strand and his wife have two children.