D.C. Chapter hears from NAB and NABEF on new Reporting on Religion project

Marcellus Alexander presenting at the meeting.

(Photo by Cherilyn Crowe)

The National Association of Broadcasters and the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation are spearheading an initiative to provide a toolkit for local television and radio stations when they report on religion. The toolkit is also being made available to university journalism schools across the country. At the June meeting of the D.C. Chapter of the Religion Communicators Council, the leaders of NAB and NABEF shared the vision for the project and the progress they have made.

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