Stephen Beaumont, production manager at Eternal World Television Network in Irondale, Ala., prepares to air video of the papal conclave from the Vatican on Monday, March 11, 2013. The n

 

              Stephen Beaumont, production manager at Eternal World Television Network in Irondale, Ala., prepares to air video of the papal conclave from the Vatican on Monday, March 11, 2013. The n
Stephen Beaumont, production manager at Eternal World Television Network in Irondale, Ala., prepares to air video of the papal conclave from the Vatican on Monday, March 11, 2013. The network, with 336 total employees, has about 50 staffers in Rome working on conclave coverage being aired in English, Spanish and German, said chief executive Michael Warsaw. Eternal Word Television Network isn't just talking about Vatican politics or the church sex scandal in its run-up to the papal vote. Rather, "Pope TV" is airing shows about how the new man may affect church liturgy, teachings and Vatican diplomacy. (AP Photo/Jay Reeves)