The National Religious Broadcasters will be moving its offices to Capitol Hill in May after the Board of Directors unanimously approved a recommendation of its Executive Committee during its annual meeting today. “This action is both historic and timely,” said NRB President & CEO Dr. Jerry A. Johnson. “For more than 70 years, NRB has faithfully represented its members’ public policy concerns in Washington, without having its entire operation based on Capitol Hill. With growing concerns among our members about their First Amendment rights to proclaim the Gospel, moving NRB’s headquarters to Capitol Hill will more effectively serve our members’ interests.”
WPOZ/Orlando (Z88.3) founder Jim Hoge tells HisAir.Net his station(s) has stopped subscribing to Nielsen Audio. They have also discontinued encoding the stations as well. No reason was given.
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