Friday, November 15, is the last day to take advantage of the Early Bird Registration rates for the NRB 2020 Christian Media Convention taking place in Nashville, Tennessee, February 25-28, 2020.
If you have not yet registered, do so by 11:59 p.m. ET on November 15, before prices increase. If you have already registered, tell someone you know about the Convention and encourage them to come, too!
Each year, NRB’s Convention draws thousands of Christian media professionals, ministry leaders, and business associates for four days of networking, learning, and showcasing.
The new format for the Convention will feature the following session types:
- NRB Forums, where the “best of the best” in communications, technology, content, production, and policy will discuss latest developments and trends, and how they are or will be impacting the work of Christian communicators;
- NRB Talks, where speakers from various industry areas – Church Media, Digital Media, Film, International, Radio, and TV – will present valuable insights for those in media and ministry;
- and “how to” Workshops that will provide information, insights, and new ideas that attendees will be able to immediately implement in order to advance their endeavors.
Among the dozens of speakers who will be leading these and other sessions are Ravi Zacharias, Chairman of the Board of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries; Ted Baehr, Chairman of the Christian Film & Television Commission; Jonathan Bock, President of Grace Hill Media; Gordon Phillip Borrell, CEO of Borrell Associates; Phil Cooke, Founder-CEO of Cooke Media Group; YouTube & video marketing consultant Derral Eves; DeVon Franklin, CEO of Franklin Entertainment; writing/directing/producing duo Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman, whose films include the God’s Not Dead franchise and Unplanned; Paul Lauer, CEO of Motive Entertainment; Janet Parshall, Host of In the Market with Janet Parshall; podcast host Allie Stuckey, “The Conservative Millennial”; and Carol Miller Swain, Host of the Be the People podcast and radio show. (see the still-growing list of speakers here)
Also, new to the Convention will be a daily Morning Devotional session featuring musical artists such as Erskin Anavitarte and Seth and Nirva Ready. Other notable events on the NRB 2020 Schedule include the Great Commission Forum & Reception, the Industry Networking Reception, the Learning Arena, Film Screenings, Affiliate Events, a Pitch-a-thon, a TV Showcase, and so much more! (see full schedule here)
In addition, hundreds of organizations, products, and services will be on the floor of the award-winning Exposition, including Amazing Facts, American Family Association, Broadcasters General Store, CDR Communications, Christian Healthcare Ministries, Christian Television Network, Comrex, CrossMedia/Lightcast, DonorDirect, Genesis Alive, Global Ministries Foundation, Israel Ministry of Tourism, MegaVoice, The Miracle Channel, Moody Publishing, Proclaiming Justice to the Nations, SuperChannel WACX-TV, and many more. (see list of exhibitors here)
As the only event where thousands of Christian communicators are gathered, and hundreds of the world’s leading Christian ministries and media organizations are represented, the NRB Convention provides opportunities like no other.
So, make plans to attend NRB 2020 in Nashville, February 25-28, 2020.
And remember: the early bird rates are good only until November 15. So, register today!
For hotel information, sponsorship opportunities, exhibit booth reservation, space and event reservation, registration, and more, visit nrbconvention.org.
Please do not make your hotel reservation through any outside organization or service. Unauthorized outside agencies may attempt to contact registered and potential attendees, exhibitors, and sponsors, claiming to offer assistance with hotel room reservations. Some may even claim to be on staff at NRB. Be advised that such outside agencies do not represent NRB, the Gaylord Opryland, or the Inn at Opryland, in any manner.
Only make your lodging reservations (at NRB’s discounted rates) through the direct links provided here.
The Full registration rate is currently $650, but NRB members receive a $250 discount, bringing the Full registration fee down to only $400! Prices will increase after November 15.
For questions related to registration, contact Monica Palmer at email@example.com, or call 202-849-8444.
To reserve a hospitality lounge, a lodging suite, or an affiliate event, contact Beth Wakefield at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, for opportunities to sponsor, contact Carlton Capps at email@example.com. To exhibit at NRB 2020, contact Chuck Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 202-849-8447.
The theme of the 2020 Convention is “Look Forward,” based on Proverbs 4:25, which states, “Let your eyes look directly forward, and your gaze be straight before you.”