NRB Presents Faith & Freedom Award To Rep. Greg Walden

(September 16, 2011) NRB presented its Faith & Freedom Award to Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR), Chairman of the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology.


New Media Censorship: NRB Report Will Be Released This Week

(September 13, 2011) On September 15th, NRB will unveil the first report of the John Milton Project for Religious Free Speech at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.


NRB Files Amicus Brief for FCC V. FOX Television Stations

(September 13, 2011) Today the National Religious Broadcasters filed an Amicus Curiae (“friend of the court”) brief with the U.S. Supreme Court for FCC v. FOX Television Stations, a case that will be significant in determining whether or not the FCC’s indecency guidelines in the wake of Pacifica are a violation of First Amendment free speech.


2012 Media Awards Submissions Accepted Until September 16, 2011

(September 9, 2011) NRB is accepting nominations for the National Religious Broadcasters 2012 Annual Media Awards.


New Media Censorship: NRB to Release Groundbreaking Report

(September 7, 2011) On Thursday, September 15th, NRB will unveil the first report of the John Milton Project for Religious Free Speech at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. This groundbreaking report concludes an 18-month study headed by NRB Sr. Vice President & General Counsel Craig Parshall, evaluating the practices and policies of new media technology companies to determine the risk of religious viewpoint censorship occurring on their platforms.


NRB Applauds FCC Leadership

(August 25,2011) NRB has sent a letter to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski and each FCC Commissioner, thanking them for striking the Fairness Doctrine from the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).


The Fairness Doctrine Is Finally History

(August 23, 2011) NRB applauds yesterday’s FCC announcement that the Fairness Doctrine has been officially removed from the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).


NRB Urges Caution On Spectrum Policy in Debt Debate

(July 29, 2011) The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), the nation’s preeminent association of Christian communicators, today urged caution in the nation’s debt ceiling debate, specifically as it involves electromagnetic spectrum allocation.


New Members Welcomed Into NRB

(July 20, 2011) The National Religious Broadcasters Executive Committee recently voted to approve four new members.


NRB To President Obama: Don't shackle Faith-Based Charities

(July 19, 2011) The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), the nation’s largest association of Christian communicators, has formally asked President Barack Obama to enforce current law with regard to the hiring and employment practices of faith-based charities that receive government grants.

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1 month later: Evangelicals continue marriage advocacy

A month after the Supreme Court's nationwide legalization of gay marriage, evangelicals continued raising objections to the ruling.

5-4 marriage decision: Christians 'will stand fast'

From other evangelicals are statements by Jerry A. Johnson, president of the National Religious Broadcasters; Richard Land, president of Southern Evangelical Seminary; Jim Campbell, Alliance Defending Freedom senior legal counsel..

NRB Announces Proclaim 16

The National Religious Broadcasters says its 2016 annual event, “Proclaim 16.” The 2016 convention will be held Feb. 23–26 in Nashville, Tenn.

Christian Leaders Respond to 'Literally Satanic' Shooting at Charleston Church; 4,000 Residents Gather for Vigil

Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, president & CEO of National Religious Broadcasters, said he was shocked by the "senseless, despicable, and evil attack."

Over 70 Christian Education Leaders Send Letter to Congress Urging Protection From Potential Pro-Gay Supreme Court Ruling

More than 70 leaders in the Christian education field signed letters to Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky....

Religious leaders 'Obey God Rather than Men' in Open Letter to U.S. Supreme Court

Setting aside theological differences, 85 Protestant, Catholic, Orthodox Christian, and Jewish leaders joined civic and business leaders in signing an open letter to the U.S. Supreme court pubished...

Pastors Pledge Civil Disobedience If Supreme Court Redefines Marriage

At press time, over 42,000 had signed the "Pledge in Solidarity to Defend Marriage."

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