(January 6, 2011) The FCC’s December 21st vote to make itself the authority over the Internet has done nothing to allay the fears of National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), America's preeminent association of Christian broadcasters and communicators, that “traffic control” will quickly lead to content regulation and even viewpoint discrimination.Posted on January 6, 2011
(December 27, 2010) Gracia Burnham will speak during the Women’s Breakfast at NRB 2011 in Nashville, TN, on Monday, February 28th.Posted on December 28, 2010
(December 21, 2010) The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) remains concerned about today’s FCC vote in support of net neutrality.Posted on December 21, 2010
(December 13, 2010) The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) has launched the John Milton Project for Religious Free Speech.Posted on December 13, 2010
(December 13, 2010) Dr. Jay Alan Sekulow, Chief Counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), will speak during the Saturday General Session at NRB 2011 on February 26th.Posted on December 13, 2010
(November 29, 2010) The NRB International Luncheon will take place during NRB 2011 on Monday, February 28th. For the speaker’s protection and to protect the work he is doing, NRB will refrain from disclosing specific details of the speaker’s identity in advance of the International Luncheon.Posted on November 29, 2010
(November 17, 2010) National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) says that something important is missing in the debate over federal funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). Last week, the President’s National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform recommended zero-funding the CPB, which includes National Public Radio (NPR) and PBS (television).Posted on November 16, 2010
(November 15, 2010) Dr. James MacDonald, Senior Pastor, Harvest Bible Chapel, Chicago, IL, will address the Sunday Morning Worship Service at NRB 2011 on February 28th.Posted on November 15, 2010
(November 3, 2010) “As an association of Christian communicators committed to using electronic media to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ, we realize that elections are generally about two things: expectations and hope,” said Dr. Frank Wright, NRB President & CEO this morning.Posted on November 3, 2010
(November 1, 2010) Comedy Tonight on Monday, February 28th at the NRB 2011 Convention in Nashville, TN will feature well-known comedian Michael Jr.Posted on November 1, 2010
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