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FROM THE SEMINARIES: Jan. 10 deadline set for NOBTS nominations; NOBTS chosen for 3,000 microfilms of ancient manuscripts; MBTS' Spurgeon College to offer communications degree
In today's From the Seminaries: A Jan. 10 deadline has been set for NOBTS presidential nominations; NOBTS chosen for 3,000 microfilms of ancient manuscripts; MBTS' Spurgeon College to offer communications degree. Read More
Churches must abandon 600MHz wireless sound systemsWASHINGTON (BP) -- Churches that haven't updated their wireless sound system may have trouble being heard on any given Sunday, as the federal government is phasing out the 600MHz frequencies many congregations use.
The Federal Communications Commission will complete the transition of the 617-652 MHz and 663-698 MHz spectrum bands from wireless microphones and television broadcasts by July 13, 2020, but the transition began in 2017.
The frequencies are being transitioned to wireless communicators such as cellphone companies to meet industry demand, and will become unavailable for use by wireless mic systems by the 2020 deadline or earlier, according to the FCC. Read More
IMB discusses communications strategy
NASHVILLE (BP) -- The International Mission Board will continue its longstanding practice of relying heavily on its overseas communications teams for missionary news stories, photos and videos following the closure of its Richmond Communications Center, a board spokeswoman told Baptist journalists on a Jan. 20 conference call. Read More