(October 18, 2010) Dr. Don Wilton, Senior Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Spartanburg, SC, and noted speaker and author, will address the NRB Board of Directors during their annual meeting at NRB 2011 to be held in Nashville, TN, on Saturday, February 26th.Posted on October 18, 2010
(October 13, 2010) The National Religious Broadcasters Executive Committee recently voted to approve five new full members and four new associate members.Posted on October 13, 2010
(October 4, 2010) Natalie Grant, gifted vocalist and songwriter, will perform at the Women’s Breakfast at NRB 2011 on Monday, February 28th.Posted on October 4, 2010
(September 20, 2010) Dr. Voddie Baucham Jr., Pastor of Preaching at Grace Family Baptist Church, Spring, TX, will speak during the Saturday General Session at NRB 2011 on February 26th.Posted on September 20, 2010
(August 31, 2010) The National Religious Broadcasters’ “If My People” 40 Days of Prayer Campaign begins tomorrow, September 1st.Posted on August 31, 2010
(August 10, 2010) The National Religious Broadcasters is saddened to learn of the sudden and tragic death of former Sen. Ted Stevens (R-AK) in a plane crash last night.Posted on August 10, 2010
(August 9, 2010) NRB is accepting nominations for the National Religious Broadcasters 2010 Annual Media Awards.Posted on August 9, 2010
(July 15, 2010) The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) filed a Comment this morning with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding federal authority to govern the Internet. Since the recent Comcast v. FCC Court of Appeals decision rejected the FCC’s past framework for regulating the network management decisions of Internet Service Providers (ISP's), the FCC is re-working their legal basis for future Internet regulation.Posted on July 15, 2010
(July 14, 2010) The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) is deeply disappointed by yesterday’s U.S. Court of Appeals Second Circuit ruling that struck down the FCC’s policy on fleeting indecency. NRB filed an Amicus Brief with the Supreme Court in support of the FCC’s indecency rules, and our association applauded the Supreme Court for affirming the indecency rules as a “reasonable” FCC regulation. The appellate court ruling now changes the landscape, making the issue whether or not the FCC regulation against indecency violates the First Amendment.Posted on July 14, 2010
(June 30, 2010) The National Religious Broadcasters Executive Committee recently voted to approve four new full members and five new associate members during their June 2010 meeting.Posted on June 30, 2010
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