Contact: Cory Whitehead, Director of Brand and Digital Marketing, Christianity Today, 630-260-6200 ext. 4220, email@example.com
CAROL STREAM, Ill., Feb. 20, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Attendees of the 2012 National Religious Broadcasters' Convention & Exposition are among the first to see Christianity Today's new brand "live" this week. Last Friday, the ministry announced that it has rebranded as Christianity Today--a global media ministry--to better serve the 2.5 million readers they connect with every month through award-winning content in publications and web resources.
In addition to a brand identity, the nonprofit ministry launched a new website, ChristianityToday.org. NRB attendees are testing the site and providing feedback via the ministry's on-site presence at the event. Christianity Today's previous web "home," get ChristianityToday.com, is now associated with Christianity Today magazine.
Industry professionals at the convention, which concludes on Tuesday, can also participate in Christianity Today's Hope for the Church campaign, a user- and leader-driven expression of what the church is for--rather than what it’s against. Following NRB, anyone can read the hopes, as well as share their own at ChristianityToday.org/hope.
For more information about the ministry's rebranding or new initiatives, visit ChristianityToday.org. For interview requests, contact Cory Whitehead, Director of Brand and Digital Marketing, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630-260-6200 x4220.
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