Marissa Postell is the Managing Editor of Content at NRB. She graduated from Union University with a degree in public relations, where she served as the news editor of Cardinal & Cream, the school’s student publication. As a writer, Marissa hopes to tell compelling narratives to equip the Church to live on mission for the kingdom of God.
“The whole passion that we have is in the kingdom of God and bringing people into the kingdom and serving the kingdom.” Ben Ferrell, CEO of BMCFerrell, sat on the other side of the Zoom call, excited to share how God is reaching the world through media ministries. I leaned in. I wanted to hear more.
On June 29, the Ethics and Public Policy Center (EPPC) hosted a Big Tech Symposium with leaders discussing questions and concerns around Section 230, antitrust law, common carrier issues, and censorship.
The Intercollegiate National Religious Broadcasters (iNRB) is committed to promoting excellence, integrity and networking opportunities in media. The iNRB seeks to provide a forum where members can network together to share ideas and goals.
NRB 2021 was a jam-packed week full of sessions, events, networking, and worship as over 3,300 Christian communicators gathered in Grapevine, Texas. NRB 2021 officially kicked off on Monday evening, June 21
NRB 2021 officially kicked off on Monday at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center with the opening session featuring Mark Jobe and Paula Faris at 7 p.m., but the convention center was buzzing long before then.
In May of this year, Leesburg Elementary School teacher, Tanner Cross, was suspended by Loudoun County Public Schools for voicing his objections to two proposed policies during the public comment period of a school board meeting. On Tuesday, the Loudoun County Circuit Court halted the school system’s retaliation against this teacher.
As NRB 2021 rapidly approaches and some are finalizing plans to attend their first NRB convention, many others are planning to return to this year’s convention just like they have for many years in the
Last week Cooke Media Group won four Silver Telly Awards honoring excellence in video and television for two entries—”Asia: The Great Wall and Beyond” and “The Global Water Center.” “Asia: The Great Wall