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ICYMI: Free Speech Victory in “Redskins” Challenge

Shortly before Christmas, the FCC delivered a victory for free speech by rejecting a challenge to the continuance of a radio station’s license over its use of the team name of the Washington Redskins.

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New Congress Begins Work

The 114th Congress began work this week. With a 54-seat majority in the Senate, Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) takes the helm as Senate Majority Leader, while Democrats, in the minority...

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FCC Prepares Way to Online Public File for Radio

Just before Christmas the FCC approved a proposed rulemaking that would extend the online public file requirement beyond just TV broadcasters to radio broadcasters, as well as cable and satellite providers.

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FCC Establishes Consumer Help Portal

The FCC this week announced the launch of a new help center for media consumers. This new website is intended to be a user-friendly hub for citizens who have questions about...

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Thousands of Christian Media and Ministry Professionals to Attend NRB15

In less than two months, thousands of Christian media and ministry professionals will make their way to the NRB 2015 International Christian Media Convention in Nashville, TN, to network, to discover new resources, and to expose themselves to the latest tips, trends, and insights in their field of work.

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Truth For Life Celebrating 20 Years on Christian Radio

Truth For Life is celebrating 20 years of proclaiming the Truth of God’s Word on the radio and is exploring ways to grow and expand in the years to come.

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In Memoriam: Paul Broyles, Founder of International Broadcasting Network

Dr. Paul James Broyles, Jr., Founder of the International Broadcasting Network (IBN), went to be with the Lord last Friday morning at the age of 73.

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FEBC Back on the Air in Eastern Ukraine

Months after the destruction of their radio tower, FEBC’s station in Slavyansk, Ukraine, is now able to resume 24/7 broadcasting in Eastern Ukraine.

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Luis Palau Association Celebrates Successful Christmas Outreach in China

A unique evangelistic tool for ministry in China that was published by the Luis Palau Association two years ago has already made an incredible impact.

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60,000 Shoebox Gifts Airlifted to Children Displaced by ISIS Militants in Northern Iraq

Samaritan’s Purse recently airlifted 60,000 Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts to Northern Iraq, where displaced Iraqi kids have been stripped of their homes and most possessions.

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Aaron Shust Partners with Radio Outlets for Holiday Promotions That Help People in Need

Dove-Award winning Aaron Shust is teaming with radio outlets across the country to help make Christmas a little more merry to those in need.

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Christian Radio to Give Free College Tuition to Full Time Staff

Positive Alternative Radio (PAR) is providing its employees innovative new benefits that include access to higher education, time off for community service, and financial counseling.

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CTVN Announces New Roku Channel

Cornerstone Network (CTVN) is now available on Roku TV and able to stream programming to viewers live and on demand.

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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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