One of the most important investments you can make in 2020 is to make the most of the information you already have – and fill in whatever gaps exist. Each year, NRB’s Christian Media Convention delivers a way to do that seamlessly.
There will be more than 80 speakers at the upcoming 2020 Convention in Nashville who lead various sessions covering everything from high-level topics to nitty-gritty “how-to” tips. The three main types of sessions are:
Forum speakers include William Barr, Attorney General of the United States; Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ); Allie Stuckey, Host of Relatable; Andrew Brunson, the U.S. pastor who was unjustly imprisoned in Turkey for nearly two years before his release in October 2018; Gov. Mike Huckabee, Host of Huckabee; and more.
Talks include sessions such as “A 2020 Vision for Christian Radio,” “Wisdom for Effective Communication,” “The Future of Christian Film,” “Critical Insights for Leading Creative People,” “Podcasting,” “Leadership in a Digital Age,” “Creating the Right Content for the Right Audience,” and more.
Workshop topics include “Demystifying Facebook Audiences,” “How to Make an Internal/External Digital Media Communication Plan,” “Subject Lines: 5 Mental Levers that Anyone Can Use to Get More Opens and Donations,” “How the New Emerging Broadcast Standard Impacts Christian TV,” “Practical Principles for Dealing with Negative Backlash,” and more.
And that’s not all!
On the floor of the Convention’s massive Exposition will also be the Learning Arena showcasing relevant education and training from ministries, product suppliers, and technical experts, among others. Choose what you want to learn about and attend as many learning sessions as you’d like. Get information, advice, and tailored solutions on various topics. Session topics will include “Streaming 101 - Everything You Need to Know to Grow Your Digital Audience,” “Responsive Fundraising: How to Build Lasting Donor Relationships in an Age of Distraction,” “7 Secrets to Successful Broadcasting,” “Streaming to Your Congregation from One Unified Platform,” “New Revenue Models for Media Publishers,” “Top 10 Tools to Streamline Ministry Content Production,” and more.
Furthermore, throughout the week of the NRB 2020 Convention, February 25-28, you’ll have opportunities to encounter and learn from others who are doing work similar to yours or doing work that you may be wanting to do. You may even pick up insights from those are engaged in work completely different from what you’re doing.
Among the thousands of Christian ministry and media professionals attending the Convention will be some of the best and most experienced in the industry!
So, register today for NRB 2020, and gain the information and inspiration you need to propel your organization and your career in 2020.
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By NRB Staff
Published: January 9, 2020