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Commerce Committee Prepares to Review Cable Act

The Senate Commerce Committee will hold a hearing titled “The Cable Act at 20” next Tuesday. Billed as a follow-up to a hearing on the future of online video in April, this hearing will feature the Cable Television and Consumer Protection Act of 1992...

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Leaders Spar in Senate

In an unusually tense and extended exchange on the Senate Floor this week, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) and Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) sparred over the procedures of their Chamber, the ground on...

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Open Meeting at the FCC

In an open meeting this week, FCC Commissioners received scheduled briefings from FCC staff on “Next-Generation Mapping” resources available to the public at fcc.gov/maps, the harnessing of “white space” technology to advance...

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Munich Olympics Resolution Approved By Senate

In advance of the Olympic Games, which begin next week in London, Senators unanimously approved a resolution sponsored by Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) intended to memorialize the horrific events at the Munich Olympics...

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“Tweet for Youcef” Campaign Surpasses 2.7 Million Globally

A Twitter-based campaign launched by the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) to free an imprisoned Iranian pastor is now reaching over 2.7 million people in over 230 countries...

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KSBJ Launches Mentoring Program to Aid Christian Stations

Contemporary Christian music station KSBJ has launched a mentoring program to provide Christian music stations with strategic planning...

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Joni and Friends Television Extends Broadcast to Korea

The television program of the Joni and Friends ministry recently expanded its international audience by partnering with the CGNTV network, which will broadcast the program in Korea, China, and Japan...

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Radio Listeners Help Bring New Life to Ecuador

Last month, a radio station in St. Louis was able to raise over $91,000 in a single day to support two Christian radio stations in Ecuador...

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International Right to Life Federation Names New President

Bradley Mattes, the Executive Director and Co-Founder of Life Issues Institute, was recently named the new president of the International Right to Life Federation (IRTLF)...

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Still Time to Register for Summer Meeting in Atlanta

It’s called the Summer Innovation Exchange (SIE) … with heavy emphasis on “Innovation” and “Exchange.” This popular event gives you the opportunity to exchange innovative ideas with your peers...

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NRB Welcomes New Director of Communications

This month, NRB welcomed the newest addition to its staff. Kenneth Chan, former Executive Editor of The Christian Post, has joined the NRB team as the association’s Director of Communications...

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True Potential Acquires Milestones International Publishers

True Potential Publishing, Inc., has acquired the business assets and operations of Milestones International Publishers from Milestones Evangelistic Ministries of Shippensburg, PA...

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Member Spotlight: Heralds of Hope

For the past 44 years, Heralds of Hope, Inc. has been presenting the Gospel of Jesus Christ using electronic media and print with a special emphasis on the systematic teaching of God’s Word...

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Internet Freedom a Human Right, Says a UN Council

A resolution upholding Internet freedom as a human right was approved by the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) last week. After reaffirming the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and noting the importance of...

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NonCom Fundraising: Comments Needed By Monday

The FCC is now receiving public input on its proposal that suggests allowing non-commercial broadcast stations to use up to one percent of their air-time to fundraise for the benefit of third-party non-profit organizations. NRB is soliciting feedback from...

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Senate to Vote on DISCLOSE Act

As the campaign season heats up, Senate Democrats are pushing for a recorded vote on the DISCLOSE Act, which will likely take place early next week. The Democracy Is Strengthened by Casting Light on Spending in Elections...

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