While end-of-year debates on government appropriations, military policy, tax provisions, judicial nominations, and other issues continue their rough road to resolution in this lame-duck session of Congress, Christmas is in the air in the nation’s capital.
The FCC recently denied a church’s request for a waiver from closed captioning rules, shedding more light on the agency’s approach to determining what may truly be an “economically burdensome” situation.
The NRB Convention in 2015 will be a Monday-to-Thursday event rather than a Saturday-to-Tuesday event as in years before, but convention participants will still have an opportunity to worship together during the Wednesday evening worship service on February 25, 2015.
The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), the world’s preeminent association of Christian communicators, is looking for a committed, well-established, mature Christian to serve part-time as a copywriter and assistant for the association’s Communications and Conventions divisions.
In February 2015, Life Issues Institute will launch Urban Life Issues, an extension of the Life Issues radio broadcast, which airs daily commentary on abortion and related issues on more than 1,100 radio outlets across the nation.