One of the most important investments you can make in 2013 is to make the most of the information you already have – and fill in whatever gaps exist. Only NRB’s Convention & Exposition delivers a way to do that seamlessly.
Consider the amazing array of educational programs offered at NRB 2013 – any one of which (if you could find it elsewhere) would cost as much or more than your entire convention registration.
Ever wonder when a complete website redesign is necessary, or when you should target emerging technologies? How about ways to develop a strong brand strategy and ways to implement your plan? For those on the technical end, do you want to learn valuable production skills and shooting tactics that will help make your next international TV, video or documentary project truly successful and significant?
What about gaining insight on how your organization can improve its fundraising efforts and execution – is that something on your mind? Or do you want to know how other broadcasters have been able to expand their reach, in some cases dramatically, through careful analysis of the broadcast landscape?
Interested in learning how to build a YouTube platform and make your video go viral? All these topics and more will be addressed by experts in their field during the educational sessions.
And that’s not all! NRB 2013 is not only bustling with information, it’s filled with numerous opportunities for inspiration. Get inspired by your peers and by speakers who are considered to be among the most recognized individuals in media, leadership, and innovative thinking. During the Keynote Sessions you will have the opportunity to hear from Evangelist Nick Hall, YouVersion Bible App Founder and Lifechurch.tv Pastor Bobby Gruenewald, Author and Scholar Bradley Wright, Salem Communications Program Director Phil Boyce, SAT-7 CEO Terence Ascott, Life Without Limbs President and CEO Nick Vujicic, Facebook’s Katie Harbath, Google’s Rob Saliterman, and Twitter’s Claire Diaz-Ortiz.
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Published: January 17, 2013