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National Religious Broadcasters Marks 70th Anniversary

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the National Religious Broadcasters, which was established with the focus of defending and expanding access to electronic media platforms for the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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FCC Chairman Engages on Future of Broadcasting

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler offered his thoughts this week on what the future of broadcasting could...

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Supreme Court Turns Down First Amendment Case

The U.S. Supreme Court this week decided not to take up Elane Photography v. Willock, a case in which a professional photographer...

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Nearly Half of House Publicly Oppose Performance Tax

Nearly half of all Members of Congress in the U.S. House of Representatives now publicly support the Local Radio Freedom Act...

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NRB Chairman Bill Blount Meets, Greets NAB Leaders

Newly elected NRB Chairman Bill Blount had the opportunity this week to meet and speak briefly with the President and CEO of the National Association of Broadcasters as well as its Chairman.

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Cornerstone Network Celebrates 35 Years of Broadcasting

Cornerstone Network will mark its 35th anniversary on Tuesday, April 15, and plans to celebrate its history and future with an array of activities, including an on-air celebration, the release of a new book, and the launch of new television programs.

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In Memoriam: Norma Pederson, Wife of Reach Beyond President Wayne Pederson

Norma Pederson, the wife of Reach Beyond President Wayne Pederson, passed away Thursday, April 3, after a yearlong battle with cancer.

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Walking with the Enemy: Mark Schmidt Adapts True Decades-Old Story from Nazi-Occupied Hungary

Last week, the Rev. Mark Jenkins, NRB President's Council Member and Minister of Media at Grove Avenue Baptist Church in Richmond, VA, invited several NRB staff to attend a screening of Director Mark Schmidt's Walking with the Enemy, produced by Liberty Studios.

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CIN Study Highlighted at Senate Hearing

Following up on a hearing by the Senate Judiciary Committee last week, members of the Senate Commerce Committee began their review of the...

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Internet Oversight Stirs Lawmakers

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s announcement that it is planning to relinquish its longtime oversight role over the Internet’s basic structure has stirred much...

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Rep. Dave Camp to Retire

Congressman Dave Camp, Chairman of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, announced this week that he will retire at the end of this session...

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Former Representative to Help Inspiration

Former Rep. Sue Myrick (R-NC), who retired from Congress after the 2012 election, recently indicated that she will be an advocate on Capitol Hill for...

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Religious Rights on the Razor’s Edge

Judges, like most of us, prefer to resolve matters on the basis of simple issues rather than complex ones. Part of that is due to the need for judicial economy. But it may also be due to an application of “Ockham’s razor,” the concept minted in the 14th century by theorist William of Ockham.

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Media Outlets Tap NRB President for Thoughts on Noah Movie

NRB President & CEO Dr. Jerry A. Johnson received dozens of interview requests last month as the opening of Darren Aronofsky’s Noah movie drew near.

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Supreme Court Hears Religious Freedom Cases

Two faith-based businesses, Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties, had their day before the US Supreme Court this week.

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Democrats in Congress Pushing for ENDA Executive Order

Most Democrats in the House and Senate are urging President Barack Obama to issue an Executive Order modeled on The...

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