(July 17, 2012) News of Tuesday’s vote on the DISCLOSE Act of 2012 was received positively by the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), the world’s pre-eminent association of Christian...Posted on July 17, 2012
(June 26, 2012) In advance of a House “Future of Video” hearing tomorrow, NRB trumpeted the value of faith programming in American media and the vital importance of “Must-Carry” laws, rules that enable many local television broadcast stations, including religious stations, to be viewed on pay-tv platforms.Posted on June 26, 2012
(June 12, 2012) NRB expressed concern with last night’s decision by the FCC to terminate an important corollary to “Must-Carry” law, the Viewability Rule.Posted on June 12, 2012
(June 12, 2012) National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), the nation's pre-eminent association of Christian communicators and broadcasters, presented its opposition today...Posted on June 12, 2012
(May 10, 2012) National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), America’s preeminent association representing Christian broadcasters and communicators, is wading into a unique and volatile communications freedom issue.Posted on May 10, 2012
(April 27, 2012) NRB expressed concern with today’s decision by the FCC to require mandatory Internet disclosure by television stations of “political files” and information related to issue-advocacy organizations.Posted on April 27, 2012
(April 26, 2012) The National Religious Broadcasters today enthusiastically supports an FCC action concerning non-commercial radio stations and on-air fundraising. The FCC is looking into the value of these stations conducting fundraisers on-air for the benefits of other non-profit organizations.Posted on April 26, 2012
(April 26, 2012) College students attending the NRB 2012 Convention were recently rewarded for their concentrated hard work and creative productions. Friends and Heroes Productions Ltd. sponsored the Intercollegiate NRB (iNRB) 36:DA and 36:DV Challenges.Posted on April 26, 2012
(March 8, 2012) The National Religious Broadcasters Executive Committee has voted to approve five new members.Posted on March 8, 2012
(March 8, 2012) The winners of the 36:DA & 36:DV competitions were recognized during the February 19th Student Awards Reception for producing the best audio and video pieces, respectively, over a 36-hour period at the NRB 2012 Convention & Exposition.Posted on March 8, 2012
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