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NRB Network Introduces New Website

The NRB Network is excited to present their newly redesigned website! While providing a platform to promote their programs more...

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The Coming King Foundation’s Sculpture Prayer Garden

You can experience God’s majesty at The Coming King Sculpture Prayer Garden in Kerrville, TX. The centerpiece of the 23-acre garden is “The Empty Cross” that is located on a hill at the same...

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Save The Date – Summer Innovation Exchange

In Touch Ministries in Atlanta, GA will be hosting the NRB Innovation Exchange on August 13 & 14, 2012...

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Member Spotlight: KSCE Channel 38 Christian Television

Twenty-three years ago KSCE, a small, full-power, educationally licensed television station, began broadcasting the love of Jesus Christ, in both English and Spanish languages, out of a tiny...

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NRB Speaks Up for “Must-Carry”

NRB walked the halls of Congress this week to highlight the vital importance of “Must-Carry” laws, rules that enables many local television broadcast stations, including Christian stations, to be viewed on pay-tv platforms. Dr. Frank Wright, President and CEO of NRB, sent a letter of concern to...

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FCC Advances NRB Proposal for Non-Coms to Aid Charities

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is formally considering NRB’s proposal that non-commercial broadcast stations be allowed to use a portion of their air-time to fundraise for the benefit of third-party non-profit organizations. Through public comments and private meetings...

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TV Public Files Ordered Online

Despite concerns from Capitol Hill and others, including NRB, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC ) approved by partisan vote a new regulation requiring TV stations’ public files to be entered into an online database. Rep. Cliff Stearns (R-FL), Rep. Brian Bilbray (R-CA), and Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN)....

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Bible Reading and Prayer at the Capitol

As the National Day of Prayer approaches, a Bible reading marathon will again take place at the U.S. Capitol beginning this evening. The U.S. Capitol Bible Reading Marathon, an annual event since 1990, is expected to attract hundreds of Christians to read and...

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Chuck Colson: He Finished Well

Influential author, speaker, radio commentator, and NRB award winner, Chuck Colson passed away on April 21, 2012. The Prison Fellowship founder authored several books that have shaped Christian...

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DOJ Suit Against Apple-Allied Publishers: A Boon for Amazon?

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has filed a massive anti-trust lawsuit against Apple and several other e-book publishers, alleging that they conspired together in 2010 to fix e-book prices at between $12.99 and $14.99 in an effort...

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Video Caption Regulations Made Easy

In October 2011, the FCC reversed hundreds of exemptions that had been granted primarily to Christian TV stations and programmers (most of them non-NRB members) which had previously...

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Gospel for Asia: Waters of Life

A South Asian inmate tasted fresh water for the first time in eight years after Gospel for Asia (GFA)-supported missionaries gave a local prison five BioSand water filters that will provide an unlimited...

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Christian Educators Fight for Religious Rights

School districts continue to attack academic freedom by restricting religious speech in the classroom. One such case is that of John Freshwater, a Christian teacher in a public school who was fired by the Mount Vernon City School...

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Member Spotlight: For Faith & Family

For Faith & Family invites you to imagine yourself sitting alongside their hosts and guests as they engage in conversation about life, marriage, parenting, leadership, and the hot topics of the day. Dr. Richard Land...

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No ENDA Executive Order For Now

Senior White House officials angered a number of LGBT activists by informing them that, at this time, President Obama is not planning to sign an Executive Order similar to the controversial Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). Rather, the...

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FCC Appeals Janet Jackson Indecency Case

Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction” during the 2004 Super Bowl drew a $550,000 fine from the FCC; however, a federal court spared CBS by throwing out the penalty. Now the FCC is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to...

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