February 25, 2013
So as religious television and radio executives prepare to meet in Nashville next month for the National Religious Broadcasters Convention from March 2-5, it’s only fitting that the notion of how best to use digital media will remain as hot a topic at the annual confab as it’s been in recent years.
“It’s going to be the major focus as long as that’s where the rest of media is,” says Michael Little, president and COO of the Christian Broadcasting Network, one of the NRB’s member stations. “We’re in the digital media revolution.”
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