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NRB Welcomes New Members Ahead of the New Year

NRB Member logoNRB is welcoming three new full members and four new associate members into its membership.

The new full member organizations are First Baptist Church in Morristown, TN, Pineapple Media, and Radio 4VEH. Bema Media, Envision Management Group, Envision Marketing LLC, and MegaVoice, meanwhile, join NRB as associate member organizations.

“I am delighted to welcome these new members into the association’s family of Christian communicators,” remarked NRB President & CEO Dr. Frank Wright.

“These organizations have come to know how valuable NRB is in advancing biblical truth, promoting media excellence, and defending free speech, as well as how valuable membership is for their own goals,” he added.

In joining the world’s pre-eminent association of Christian communicators, the new members are now connected to a wellspring of professional education, training, networking, and support.

Their membership also supports and strengthens the voice of NRB on issues regarding access to electronic media platforms and our freedom to proclaim the Gospel.  One of the core purposes of NRB is to protect access to the world’s electronic and digital media, ensuring that the Gospel goes out unimpeded to reach the four corners of the earth.

NRB member organizations represent millions of listeners, viewers, and readers. One of NRB's greatest strengths is the diversity of its membership.  NRB’s membership is an exciting blend of all forms of electronic mass media: radio and television stations, program producers, film companies, worship technologies, media arts, music-only broadcasting, Internet communications, emerging technologies, educational institutions, publishers, and affiliated media-related agencies and groups that support religious broadcasters. The association embraces and continues to grow with developing media that enable greater access for the Gospel.

Furthermore, all NRB members subscribe to the NRB Statement of Faith and Code of Ethics in their business practices.

For information on how to join, click here.

Published: December 20, 2012

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