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2015 NRB Media Awards: August 4 Deadline Approaching!

NRB 2015 Media AwardsNRB is still accepting nominations for the 2015 Annual Media Awards, but not for long!

Until August 4, 2014, NRB members are invited to submit the names of individuals and organizations that they believe best meet the awards criteria. Self-submissions from full NRB members are also encouraged as a way to recognize the outstanding efforts of their own team members and to provide additional motivation in their pursuit of excellence.

This year's awards program features 36 different categories in fields including church media, radio, television, internet, and international. While only NRB members can send in submissions for consideration, several awards are available to non-members.

Official presentation of the awards will take place at the NRB International Christian Media Convention in February 2015. In addition to the acknowledgement at Convention and an engraved trophy, award recipients gain exposure through NRB’s communications channels in the form of press releases, articles, email, social media posts, and more. NRB also highlights finalists in an announcement in late September.

To begin the submission process, click here. For more information about the awards program, click here. (Only NRB members can submit nominations for consideration, and award recipients must be current NRB full members, unless otherwise noted.) 


Published: July 31, 2014

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