• NRB President on 'State of the Association'

  • NRB15 Features Panel on Protecting Marriage

  • IMB President David Platt Speaks at NRB15

  • 'Index of Culture and Opportunity' at NRB15

  • Survey Finds Support for Traditional Marriage

Republicans Submit Formal Title II Dissents

Ajit Pai and Michael O'Rielly, the two Republican commissioners at the Federal Communications Commission, have submitted their formal...

Broadcast convention encourages excellence in media field

This year was my third, and last one as a college student, to attend the National Religious Broadcasters International Christian Media Convention.

Infinity Concepts Introduces New Director of Client Services and Appoints Director of Digital Media

Infinity Concepts announces the new Director of Client Services -- Darrell Law, and names current team member George Konetes...

Family Research Council, National Religious Broadcasters to Host News Conference Featuring Bakers Facing $ 150,000 in Fines, Fired Sports Analyst

Family Research Council President Tony Perkins and National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) President Jerry Johnson will hold a news conference on Tuesday, February 24, at 2 p.m. CT at the NRB Convention in Nashville, TN.

Robert Jeffress on Obama and ISIS

Robert Jeffress, senior pastor of First Baptist Dallas, talks to Fox News host Bill O'Reilly Friday, February 6, 2015, about President...

Internet regulations run 332 pages

A Republican member of the Federal Communications Commission wants followers to know the text of proposed Internet regulations runs...

Active antennas could mean more powerful Wi-Fi networks

Smart antenna maker Ethertronics is taking active antenna technology it originally developed for mobile phones and applying it to Wi-Fi...


NRB Releases 2015 Election Results

The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) has released…

Racial and Ethnic Reconciliation an NRB Priority

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NRB Opposes FCC Internet Decision

Reacting to the vote today by the Federal Communicatio…

NRB Urges Solidarity with Israel

The National Religious Broadcasters Board of Directors…

NRB Board Unanimous Against Internet Power Grab

The National Religious Broadcasters Board of Directors…
 

Barna Urges NRB to Influence Conservatives Politically

Pollster George Barna urged communicators at the NRB15 International Christian Media Convention in Nashville, TN, to use their sizable influence to guide conservatives politically at a time when the nation needs to return to biblical values.

Joel Rosenberg: Abortion, Apocalyptic Islam Put U.S. at Risk

America is in danger of destruction in the face of the mounting death toll of unborn children and the rise of apocalyptic Islam, best-selling author Joel C. Rosenberg said at the National Religious Broadcasters’ 2015 International Christian Media Convention.

Gov. Mike Huckabee: Absence of Christians from the Public Square is Costly

Governor Mike Huckabee told a gathering of Christian media and ministry professionals in Nashville that he had recently been standing on the Golan Heights in Israel, just 250 yards from the Syrian border, where he could hear the explosions from that nation’s ongoing civil war.

Panel of Leading Pro-Life Women Shares 'How to Get the Media Message Right'

A panel of pro-life advocates at the National Religious Broadcasters’ International Christian Media Convention in Nashville, TN, addressed how to get the media message right regarding the value of unborn lives for a new generation.

NRB President & CEO: Our Association Must Remain Rooted in the Truths of God’s Word

Dr. Jerry A. Johnson wants to make sure the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) remains strong by holding to a right perspective on the Bible, on human life, and on marriage; and remains committed to excellence and an understanding of what it means to be created in the image of God.

Marriage Panel at NRB15: Church Will Not Surrender Marriage

The Church will not surrender the biblical view of marriage despite opposition and the prediction of a former megachurch pastor, attendees were told in a panel discussion at the National Religious Broadcasters’ International Christian Media Convention.

David Platt Calls for Courage on Social Issues

Christian communicators must not choose to speak out on some social issues and remain silent on others based on how they will be received by the culture, David Platt said Thursday at the National Religious Broadcasters’ International Christian Media Convention in Nashville, TN.

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