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Christian Media and Ministry Insights: What You Need and What NRB 2014 Has!

Training session at NRB 2013One of the most important investments you can make in 2014 is to make the most of the information you already have – and fill in whatever gaps exist. Only NRB’s International Christian Media Convention delivers a way to do that seamlessly.                  

Consider the wide array of educational programs offered at NRB 2014 – any one of which (if you could find it elsewhere) would cost as much or more than your entire convention registration.

Ever wonder how Internet use affects your ministry? Want to hear 10 secrets to building an effective web-based ministry and boosting your return on investment?

For those in radio, do you want to learn how to mobilize listeners in a crisis or how to design a website to maximize your station's online presence?

What about gaining insight on how to engage your audience in a post-140 character world? Or do you want to know how to avoid costly legal mistakes when filling a position?

All these topics and more will be addressed by experts in their field during the educational sessions.

And that’s not all! NRB 2014 is not only packed with information, it’s also bustling with numerous opportunities to gain inspiration.

Get inspired by your peers and by speakers who are considered to be among the most recognized individuals in media, leadership, and innovative thinking. During the Keynote Sessions you will have the opportunity to hear from Twitter’s Claire Diaz-Ortiz, Facebook’s Katie Harbath, Ligonier Ministries' Chris Larson, Columbia Tristar Pictures' DeVon Franklin, TALKERS magazine's Michael Harrison, and ERLC's Dr. Russell Moore.

Other notable speakers at Convention include Dr. Jack Hayford, Bryan Loritts, Phil Cooke, Dr. Albert Mohler, Eric Metaxas, Dr. Ben Carson, and more!

In four days, gain the information and inspiration you need to propel your organization and your career in 2014. Register today for NRB 2014!

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Published: January 23, 2014

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