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Join the NRB 2013 Television Showcase!

TV Showcase logoTelevision station owners, program managers and cable operators are always looking for new material. Do you have something worth considering – or, better yet, worthy of an award?

Enter your program in the NRB 2013 Television Showcase!

All entries will be reviewed by NRB TV Committee representatives, and those that are approved – based upon quality, content and technical standards – will be presented by category during the NRB 2013 Convention and voted upon by eligible Showcase audience members.

Winners of the People’s Choice Award in each category are determined by popular vote. Categories include Children/Teen, Spot/PSA, Dramatic, Ministry/Church, Teaching, Music Video, News/Magazine, and Documentary.

Showcase entries may also enter to be judged prior to the Convention for a chance at a Judges Award, which is presented to the winner of their respective category as well as the winner of the NOVA Award. Entries eligible for the NOVA Award are new programs produced during 2011 and 2012 by a producer whose work has never appeared on national TV.

More details on the NRB 2013 TV Showcase can be found on the Showcase Entry Form. The deadline is February 24, so enter today!

Published: January 17, 2013

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