(August 23, 2011) NRB applauds yesterday’s FCC announcement that the Fairness Doctrine has been officially removed from the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).Posted on August 23, 2011
(July 29, 2011) The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), the nation’s preeminent association of Christian communicators, today urged caution in the nation’s debt ceiling debate, specifically as it involves electromagnetic spectrum allocation.Posted on July 29, 2011
(July 20, 2011) The National Religious Broadcasters Executive Committee recently voted to approve four new members.Posted on July 21, 2011
(July 19, 2011) The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), the nation’s largest association of Christian communicators, has formally asked President Barack Obama to enforce current law with regard to the hiring and employment practices of faith-based charities that receive government grants.Posted on July 19, 2011
(June 22, 2011) The National Religious Broadcasters Executive Committee recently voted to approve five new members.Posted on June 24, 2011
(June 9, 2011) NRB heralds this week’s FCC “Future of Media” report as an important first step in allaying fears that federal regulators seek too much influence over American media.Posted on June 9, 2011
It’s about time. NRB is delighted with FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski’s announcement this week that he supports deleting the Fairness Doctrine from the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).Posted on June 8, 2011
(May 5, 2011) NRB is delighted to announce the important addition of Aaron Mercer to our Capitol Hill office. “Aaron has joined NRB this week to fill the key position of Vice President of Government Relations,” said Dr. Frank Wright, President and CEO.Posted on May 5, 2011
(April 5, 2011) NRB applauds yesterday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision in Arizona Christian School Tuition Organization v. Winn. This pivotal 5-4 decision reversed a Ninth Circuit Court ruling and eliminates an “easy pass” given to radical secularists for the last 40 years to challenge church/state relations. In this particular case, that means that parents seeking to apply state tuition tax credits toward tuition for private religious schools won’t be bothered with “taxpayer” challenges to those school choice plans. This new ruling will also likely apply to a wide range of other church/state challenges.Posted on April 5, 2011
(March 23, 2011) Yesterday, NRB expressed its sincere hope that Apple Inc. would choose free religious speech over political pressure and retain the Exodus International iTunes app. During the night, Apple apparently chose censorship, yet again. Previously, Apple banned the Manhattan Declaration app for its Biblical view of marriage.Posted on March 23, 2011
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