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NRB Announces Recipients of 2014 Special Service Awards

NRB AwardOn February 25, 2014, the National Religious Broadcasters will present the 2014 NRB Media Awards to honor and celebrate the most outstanding ministries, facilities, and programs/producers in the association.

NRB’s Media Awards program is designed to encourage excellence in production service to the community, faithfulness to the mission, commitment to the Gospel, and personal integrity. There are seven areas of focus for the 2014 awards: Church Media, Radio, Television, Internet, International, Intercollegiate, and Special Service.

For the Special Service category, the award recipients are as follows:

NRB Hall of Fame Award
Dr. Jack Hayford, The King's University

William Ward Ayer Award for Distinguished Service
Frank Pastore (posthumously), KKLA-FM

Billy Graham Award for Excellence in Christian Communications
In Touch Ministries

Board of Directors Award
Todd Starnes, Fox News

Individual Professional Member Award        
Phil Cooke, Cooke Pictures

Milestone Award
Guidelines International Ministries
LIFE Outreach International Association of Churches
Radio 4VEH, The Evangelistic Voice of Haiti
Jerry Rose, Total Living Network
Teen Challenge International USA

To see the complete list of 2014 Media Award recipients, click here.

All award recipients will be presented their awards during the NRB 2014 International Christian Media Convention, which will take place February 22-25, 2014, at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, TN.

Published: December 5, 2013

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