(February 10, 2010) WMBW, a Moody Bible Institute owned and operated station in Chattanooga—serving southeast Tennessee, northeast Alabama, northwest Georgia and western North Carolina—will receive the prestigious NRB Station of the Year Award (Medium/Small Market) during the February 27th Radio Reception at the NRB Convention & Exposition.Posted on February 10, 2010
(February 10, 2010) 89.3 KSBJ will receive the prestigious NRB Station of the Year Award (Major/Large Market) during the February 27th Radio Reception at the NRB Convention & Exposition.Posted on February 10, 2010
(February 5, 2010) The Reach Keynote session at NRB 2010 on Sunday, February 28 features ‘new media’ pioneers DJ Chuang and Matt Heerema — individuals who are finding creative and innovative ways to connect with readers, viewers and listeners online.Posted on February 4, 2010
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