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Schedule for NRB Advisory Council Meetings Now Available

Advisory Council MeetingsNRB has posted the schedule for the upcoming meetings of the association’s Advisory Councils and Standing Committees.

The meetings, which will be held at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, TN, will commence Wednesday, May 29, with a welcome reception in the evening.

The next day, May 30, the Advisory Councils will meet to discuss pressing issues and the future landscape within their concentrations of media and ministry. Some of the questions addressed include:

  • What are some of the key needs in your area?
  • What can NRB do to help further develop excellence in Christian communications?
  • In what ways can NRB attract the next level of broadcast and communication leaders?

Other topics for consideration include mentoring, technology convergence, and leadership development within each professional area of NRB: Radio, Television, Internet, Church Media, Film, International, and Intercollegiate (iNRB).

Also on the schedule will be discussion of educational and training topics specific to each industry that deserve attention during the next annual NRB Convention.

The Advisory Councils, which are open to all who register, will conclude May 30. On May 31, the Standing Committees will meet.

For those who would like to attend the Advisory Council Meetings, or would like to learn more, contact Judy Stephens at (703) 331-4510 or click here.

The schedule for the meetings can be found here.

Published: May 16, 2013

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