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WLMB-TV Goes Main Street

Since going on the air in October 1998, Jamey Schmitz, Founder & President/CEO of WLMB-TV 40 Toledo and NRB Board member, has wanted to launch a quality live program. Now that the nondenominational Christian station has a studio of sufficient size and proper equipment, WLMB is proud to announce...

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Zielonko is BRN St. Louis Regional Manager

NRB member Bott Radio Network (BRN) proudly announces the appointment of Fred Zielonko as St. Louis Regional Manager at 91.5 FM and 1320 AM. Zielonko looks forward to devoting his business skills and St. Louis radio broadcast experience to share in BRN's vision, "Getting the ...

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JVMI Reaches Out to Ethiopia

The Jewish Voice Ministries International (JVMI) Global Outreach team recently distributed medical supplies in Ethiopia while visiting one week in Woliso and a second week in Addis Ababa. The JVMI medical outreach team along with many volunteers brought free medical, dental, and eye clinics. Though faced with...

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K-LOVE Sponsors NASCAR Driver

Curb Records and Christian radio network leader K-LOVE (NRB member) is delighted to announce their sponsorship of the #98 Ford Fusion car driven by Michael McDowell in the NASCAR (National Association of Stock Car Racing)...

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How Do You Help Shape the NRB?

It begins with the NRB industry Advisory Councils and the standing committees for Radio, Television, Internet, Church Media, International, and Intercollegiate areas of ministry and service. If you have interest in any of these areas and want to help shape the NRB for the years ahead, join us in...

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Member Spotlight: Living Passages

Living Passages was founded by Rhonda Sand and Debra Nordberg in 2003 and is a for-profit company located in North Idaho. The company centers on providing individuals, churches and other non-profit 501(c)3 organizations a gateway to Christ-centered cruises, tours and events. The goal of the company...

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Sparring on FCC Reform Measure

The U.S. House of Representatives this week approved legislation intended to reform Federal Communications Commission (FCC) procedures. However, it was not without a battle. A unified Republican caucus along with 12 Democrats voted to pass the FCC ...

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Global Internet Freedom Bill Advances

The Global Online Freedom Act (H.R. 3605) was approved this week by a House human rights panel. This legislation would require the U.S. State Department to publicly identify foreign governments that restrict Internet use. It would put in place measures to deter...

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DISCLOSE Bill Back in Senate

U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) has reintroduced the DISCLOSE Act with the backing of 34 of his Senate Democrat colleagues. The “Democracy Is Strengthened by Casting Light on Spending in Elections” (DISCLOSE) Act (S.2219) would establish...

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New Commissioners Appointed to USCIRF

Three new Commissioners have been appointed to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF). House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) tapped Dr. Robert P. George, a political philosopher, constitutional scholar, and...

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Conscience Versus Health Care

Today, the Supreme Court wrapped up the third of its historic, back-to-back days of oral argument in DHHS v. Florida, the case that will decide the constitutionality of the Administration’s center-piece health care law. Monday’s arguments centered on the procedural question of whether the challenge...

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Non-Terror Data on Citizens Expanded

Until recently, non-terror-related data collected on American citizens by U.S. intelligence agencies had to be destroyed within six months of collection. Under new Obama Administration guidelines, such information on ordinary citizens can now be maintained for up to five years by the...

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HCJB Water Project Nearly Complete

Ever since the 2010 earthquake, the northern Haitian community of La Bruyere is in desperate need of clean water. According to César Cortez, an engineer with HCJB Global Hands, there is overpopulation in La Bruyere due to people migrating from Léogâne, the country’s quake zone, and the two Lifewater...

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Are Major Donations in Your Future?

According to charitable giving expert Richard Matheny, one of the biggest mistakes non-profit organizations make when having a sit-down with a potential major donor is the failure to communicate a crystal-clear picture of the mission behind the donation request. The NonProfit Times has summarized...

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Kay Arthur Honored

The prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award was recently bestowed upon renowned Bible teacher and author Kay Arthur at the Tenth Anniversary of the Christian Women in Media Association (CWIMA) Awards Gala for her vital role in Christian communications and her exemplary Christian...

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Publishing News

There is breaking news about several of NRB’s publishing members – Harvest House Publishers, Zondervan, and Tyndale House Publishers. Harvest House has named Brad Moses as its Director of Sales at its Eugene, OR headquarters, where he will build on his prior work as the sales manager in general...

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