HOME > NEWSROOM > ARTICLES > NRB’s Summer Innovation Exchange: We’re Holding a Place for YOU!

NRB’s Summer Innovation Exchange: We’re Holding a Place for YOU!

SIE logoIf you have participated in our Annual Convention & Exposition but have not yet attended our Summer Innovation Exchange (SIE), now is the time to try out this new venue for networking, growth, and collaboration.

The upcoming event will give you the opportunity to exchange innovative ideas with your peers, and learn from them how God is leading in critical areas of ministry.

Bring your tough questions. Bring your best ideas. Join your NRB friends in Plano, TX, August 6-7, at the headquarters of Hope for the Heart Ministries. In just two days, you can gain fresh insight into key areas of your media ministry and organization.

There will be eight different areas of interest, with key leaders to moderate the discussions. It is a unique opportunity for you to grow in effectiveness while adding to your network of ministry friends.

If you relate to one of these categories, the SIE is for you!

  • CEOs
  • Agencies
  • Internet/Social Media
  • Fundraising
  • Marketing/PR
  • Program Producers
  • Sales
  • Station GMs

The added bonus: a behind-the-scenes look at Hope for the Heart, the ministry of June Hunt, one of the world’s leading biblical counselors. Hunt will address the SIE group, as will Kerby Anderson, President of Probe Ministries International, who will share some vital insights and strategies for millennial engagement.

Early bird registration is still available, but you need to sign up right away.

Click here for more information on the Summer Innovation Exchange, and here to go directly to the registration page. (A username and password is required. If you haven't already generated a username and password, you will be able to create one on the SIE registration form.)

For more information, contact Judy Stephens, Member Services Assistant, at jstephens@nrb.org.


Published: July 11, 2013

Latest News

Senator Roy Blunt Receives NRB Faith & Freedom Award

At its annual Capitol Hill Media Summit this week, NRB presented the 2015 Faith & Freedom Award to Senator Roy Blunt (R-MO).

Commissioner Pai Addresses NRB President’s Council

FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai addressed the NRB President’s Council at its annual Capitol Hill Media Summit this week.

Leading Senator Pushes Against FCC Exclusivity Plan

Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY), who may well become the Senate Democrat Leader in the next Congress, sent a letter to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler last week urging him to reverse course on a move to eliminate network non­duplication and syndication exclusivity rules.

Focus on the Family’s 'Plugged In' Switches to Daily Format

Focus on the Family’s Plugged In feature, anchored by veteran culture analyst Bob Waliszewski, has switched to a daily minute-long format, expanding from two days to every weekday.

'The Book' Launches on 300+ Radio Outlets Nationwide

The Book, a new feature program from Museum of the Bible, launched this week on a record number of stations, reaching a million listeners in 42 states, plus the District of Columbia and Guam.

Invest in the Future of Christian Media and Your Organization! Sponsor iNRB!

For those who want to invest in and gain exposure in front of the next generation of Christian media professionals, there are unique opportunities available through the intercollegiate arm of NRB.

Millions Unite for The Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem

Millions of Christians united globally for The Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem (DPPJ) this past Sunday, including the hundreds gathered in the historic Christ Church in the Old City of Jerusalem

Newton Media Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Founded in 1995 by Steve Newton, who desired to provide better media service for clients in both the faith-based and DRTV space, Newton Media has grown significantly over the years with offices now in Chesapeake, VA; Dallas, TX; and Cave Creek, AZ.

Constitutionality of Internet Authority Transfer Questioned

Four key Members of Congress are asking questions about the constitutionality of the Obama Administration’s plan to transition Internet oversight authority to a private stakeholder group.

Librarian of Congress Exits

Late last week, Librarian of Congress James H. Billington made a surprise announcement that he intended to resign his post effective September 30 rather than at the end of the year, as he had declared in June.

More News