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Christmas Reflections in Washington

While end-of-year debates on government appropriations, military policy, tax provisions, judicial nominations, and other issues continue their rough road to resolution in this lame-duck session of Congress, Christmas is in the air in the nation’s capital.

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FCC Rules Against Church on Closed Captioning

The FCC recently denied a church’s request for a waiver from closed captioning rules, shedding more light on the agency’s approach to determining what may truly be an “economically burdensome” situation.

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Senator Promises a Bill Broader than ENDA

Senator Jeff Merkley (D-OR) announced this week that he intends to introduce legislation next year that will roll the controversial Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) into a broader...

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White Paper Issued on Video Policy

Key leaders in the House Energy and Commerce Committee this week released a white paper on video policy as they continue their path toward a review and revamp the Communications Act.

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NRB15 Worship Service on Wednesday, February 25, 2015; Open to the Public

The NRB Convention in 2015 will be a Monday-to-Thursday event rather than a Saturday-to-Tuesday event as in years before, but convention participants will still have an opportunity to worship together during the Wednesday evening worship service on February 25, 2015.

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NRB to Host Regional Networking Event for Christian Film Pros, Jan. 10

Christian film professionals in the Baltimore, DC, and Richmond region are invited to attend a networking event next month at the NRB headquarters in Manassas, VA.

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NRB15 Convention Extras: Affiliate Events

For the annual NRB International Christian Media Convention, we’ve brought together more than 60 speakers, nearly 200 exhibitors, dozens of insightful sessions, and various networking events.

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NRB Job Opening: Copywriter/Assistant

The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), the world’s preeminent association of Christian communicators, is looking for a committed, well-established, mature Christian to serve part-time as a copywriter and assistant for the association’s Communications and Conventions divisions.

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'Urban Life Issues' to Join 'Life Issues' Radio Lineup

In February 2015, Life Issues Institute will launch Urban Life Issues, an extension of the Life Issues radio broadcast, which airs daily commentary on abortion and related issues on more than 1,100 radio outlets across the nation.

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NRB15 Int’l Christian Media Convention to Feature 60+ Speakers

Less than three months remain until thousands of Christian communicators gather in Nashville, TN, for the NRB 2015 International Christian Media Convention.

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FCC Forms Disability Advisory Committee

The FCC this week announced the formation of a new Disability Advisory Committee to serve as a vehicle for suggestions where disabilities issues touch the jurisdiction of the agency.

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Liberal Groups Want Longer Lame Duck

A number of unions and liberal activist organizations are calling on Senator Harry Reid (D-NV), the Majority Leader until the end of this year...

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Supreme Court Hears Facebook Speech Case

The U.S. Supreme Court this week heard a case that tests the bounds of free speech on Internet platforms. In Elonis v. United States, the Justices must consider whether the violent rants...

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Proclaiming Justice to The Nations Receives 2 Emmy Nods for Israel Indivisible

The Nashville/Midsouth Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) recently announced their Midsouth Regional Emmy© Award nominations, including two for the documentary Israel Indivisible, produced by Proclaiming Justice to The Nations (PJTN).

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This Year, Consider Christmas Gifts that Change Lives

With Thanksgiving behind us and Christmas ahead, gift shopping is an activity that millions of people will be participating over the next couple of weeks.

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Video by 2014 iNRB Film Contest Honoree Goes Viral; Surpasses 5M Views on YouTube

A short film written, directed, and produced by Matthew Abeler, a second-year student at the University of Northwestern – St. Paul, has attracted more than 5 million views on YouTube since going viral in early November.

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