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Want to Help Shape NRB? Join an Advisory Council!

Advisory Council MeetingsWould you like to tell us how you think NRB can better serve Christian broadcasters and communicators – while enjoying the fellowship of like-minded professionals in your industry? Then come to the Gaylord Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, TN, May 29-30, to participate in the NRB Advisory Council Meetings in one of six areas: Radio, Television, Internet, Church Media, International, or Intercollegiate (iNRB). As you serve on an NRB Advisory Council, you’ll have the opportunity to provide action-oriented input on:

  • The NRB Convention’s educational sessions
  • Your industry’s reception at the NRB Convention
  • NRB’s electronic communiqués
  • The NRB Media Awards categories and criteria
  • NRB research initiatives
  • NRB membership benefits

Plus, you and your organization will benefit by:

  • Interacting with gifted people in your industry
  • Networking with a wide cross-section within Christian media
  • Developing new leadership skills through growth opportunities

Even if you’re not yet a member of NRB, you can give input into how NRB’s committees should serve your industry at the Advisory Council Meetings. After all, who can better tell us what you and your organization need … than you?

If you would like to attend, or if you are just interested in learning more, contact Judy Stephens at (703) 331-4510 or click here.

This event commences with a welcome reception at 8:00 p.m. on May 29 that is open to all Advisory Council participants and Standing Committee members. The Standing Committees will be meeting May 29-31.

Published: April 18, 2013

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