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NRB Announces Keynote Speakers for 2014 Convention

The National Religious Broadcasters have announced the speakers headlining the keynote session at the NRB 2014...

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Dr. Jerry A. Johnson Selected as President & CEO of the National Religious Broadcasters

The Board of Directors of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) have announced the selection of Dr. Jerry A. Johnson as...

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Rand Paul Tells Religious Broadcasters: "There is a worldwide war on Christians"

Senator Rand Paul spoke at a meeting of the National Religious Broadcasters today and proclaimed, “There is a...

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Pai Talks AM With NRB

FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai, who can continue to work despite the agency shutdown because of how his position is...

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IRS Scandal: NRB President Tells Congress to Focus on First Amendment Rights

National Religious Broadcasters President & CEO Dr. Frank Wright asked members of Congress investigating the IRS over...

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The IRS Targeted Conservative Media

Of the IRS abuse cases that have recently come to light, the use of the IRS to enforce the defunct “Fairness Doctrine” on...

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National Religious Broadcasters to Propose Solution to Growing Social Media Censorship

A free people is dependent upon a free press. This is one of the hallmarks of journalism. Reporting without the censorship of...

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NRB President Frank Wright: Birth Control Mandate, 'Hate Speech' Definition Threats to Religious Freedom

National Religious Broadcasters President Dr. Frank Wright spoke about the challenges facing his media colleagues and urged them...

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Religious Stations Sending Friend Requests

So as religious television and radio executives prepare to meet in Nashville next month for the National Religious Broadcasters...

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NRB Hopeful on Fundraising Change

“Cautiously observant” is how Craig Parshall recalls the feelings of Christian broadcasters on the eve of...

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Speech impediments

On Nov. 7 a women’s advocacy group, the Uprising of Women in the Arab World, complained Facebook had deleted one of...

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Speech Policies for Information Platforms Are Hard

Let the speech flow! Generally speaking, that should be the default policy that private information and communications companies adopt when devising speech policies for their platforms.

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Facebook, others, urged to allow free speech

Media giants such as Facebook, Google and Apple should voluntarily abide by the First Amendment's free speech requirement and fulfill their role as "gatekeepers to new web-based communications platforms," according to a new proposal from the National Religious Broadcasters.

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Religious Broadcasters to Apple: Let's Discuss Religious Speech Protections

The National Religious Broadcasters picked the day of the iPhone 5's unveiling to introduce an Internet free speech charter urging the technology company and other new media websites to embrace the First Amendment as its standard for censorship.

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Evangelical leader considers Romney’s Mormonism

One of them is Dr. Frank Wright, president of National Religious Broadcasters, who recognizes there are huge...

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Mormonism, voter enthusiasm concern evangelicals

Evangelical leaders worried that Mitt Romney's Mormonism could suppress conservative turnout on Election Day are intensifying appeals for Christians to vote.

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National Religious Broadcasters Promote New Media Speech Charter

Concerned that social media companies are unduly inhibiting legal speech, the National Religious Broadcasters have proposed a Free Speech Charter for the...

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Worshippers Gather Near Debris of Church Demolished by Russian Gov't

It was the second Sunday since Russian police demolished Holy Trinity Pentecostal Church on the eastern edge of Moscow,

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Religious broadcasters wary of ban on prophet film

A National Religious Broadcasters official says videos like the anti-Islam film that's blamed for riots in the Middle East shouldn't be banned from the Internet unless they openly call for violence.

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Critics Fear Free Speech Crackdown amid Mideast Riots

The violent attacks on the U.S. embassies in the Muslim world this week in part stemmed from a chaotic call to restrict speech: Rioting Islamists demanded a film that casts Mohammad in a negative light be banned.

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