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Topic - Frank Wright
The nation's Christian broadcasters admit they face a challenge appealing to a new generation of listeners, but many say a more immediate threat is coming from an administration in Washington that many worry is trying to limit their right to express their beliefs.
Once in the work force and raising children of their own, he said, these people will turn to inspirational programming.
"We believe in the sovereignty of God," National Religious Broadcasters President Frank Wright told reporters during this week's annual gathering of Christian radio and television programmers and media outlets. "Our job is to keep the airwaves open"