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Connect with Christian Media Industry Leaders at the SIE!

Summer Innovation Exchange logoWould you like to have some like-minded media professionals join you for a two-day brainstorming session on your line of work or area of responsibility?

Is your department a one-person team that could use some input, ideas, and experience from other professionals in similar positions?

Then join us for the NRB Summer Innovation Exchange, August 6-7, at the headquarters of Hope for the Heart Ministries in Plano, TX!

In addition to messages by June Hunt, Founder of Hope for the Heart; Kerby Anderson, President of Probe Ministries International; and Kelly Shackelford, President and CEO of Liberty Institute, key leaders in the specific areas of interest will lead various breakout sessions. The lineup includes:

  • CEOs | Tom McCabe, President, Pursuant KMA
  • Agencies | Roger Kemp, President, Roger Kemp and Company
  • Internet/Social Media | Ronald L. Harris, President, MEDIAlliance International
  • Fundraising/Marketing/PR | Douglas E. Price, Director of Broadcast and Media, Hope For The Heart
  • Program Producers | Donna Jones, Vice President, Living Bridge Media
  • Station GMs | Christopher Gould, Vice President, National Program Development, Salem Communications Corporation

By signing up today for the NRB Summer Innovation Exchange, you can join these top leaders and get answers to your most urgent ministry questions. Click here for information about the conference, hotel accommodations, schedule, and the online registration form.

The early-bird discount rate has been extended through Wednesday, July 24. Sign up now and reserve your room today!

Published: July 18, 2013

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