Media Roundup | May 9, 2024

NRB | May 9, 2024 | NRB News

On May 1, President and CEO of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), Troy A. Miller joined hosts Lane Jordan Burday and Lisa Burkhardt Worley on POP Talk Radio of “Pearls of Promise Ministries” to discuss current legislation to keep AM radio in the auto dash.

“Christian talk and teaching and conservative talk are the two top genres on AM radio, followed by Spanish language programming,” Miller said. “Three major groups would be disenfranchised if AM radio was pulled out of the dash. Plus, it’s going to have a big impact on local communities.”

Watch the full interview here:

On May 2, Miller, joined host Chris Salcedo on his Newsmax show to discuss the antisemitic displays on college campuses and the National Day of Prayer on Capitol Hill, which Miller had participated in earlier that morning.

“It’s an honor to be able to be in the Capitol [building], to pray for all the various institutions,” Miller said. “Our country needs prayer, and it needs hope right now.” 

Watch the full interview here:

On May 6, Newsmax published a piece announcing the recent appeal filed by NRB and the American Family Association (AFA), advocating that the new FCC 24-18 order be reviewed on the basis that it exceeds the FCC’s statutory authority, violates the equal protection component of the Fifth Amendment and the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment, and is an abuse of the FCC’s discretion.

Read NRB’s press release on the petition here.

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