Virginia Beach, VA. (PRWEB) February 12, 2010
ChristianNetcast.com, a company specializing in providing quality, affordable streaming services is proud to announce that David Palmer VP of Sales and Marketing has been asked to speak at this years National Religious Broadcasters Convention.
The NRB convention this year will be held in Nashville at the Gaylord Opryland Convention Center. It is the largest gathering of broadcasting professionals that focus on religious formatted broadcasting. "We have been a part of NRB for almost ten years now and it is a true honor to be asked to speak at the national convention" states David Palmer, Vice President-Sales and Marketing for ChristianNetcast.com. Palmer will be speaking in a session entitled Internet Evangelism & Social Networking. "We have always enjoyed being an exhibitor at the NRB trade shows and events. When ChristianNetcast first exhibited at the NRB show there were no other dotcoms there, we were one of the first. As the last ten years have gone by, we are now seen as one of the most consistent and stable internet companies at the NRB."
This past year has been an exceptionally good one for ChristianNetcast.com Inc. "We have seen continued growth in an unpredictable and unstable economy." Earlier this year ChristianNetcast.com announced the acquisition of NWR Network, a streaming company based out of Colorado Springs. MainstreamNetwork.com is another streaming company that falls under the ChristianNetcast umbrella.
Over the last few months ChristianNetcast has reestablished an office in Maine where the company was founded. Palmer, who grew up in Patten, stated the reason for this was to enable he and his wife to be closer to family. The company now has offices in Virginia Beach VA, Williamsburg VA, Colorado Springs CO, St Louis MO and Los Angeles CA.
As a cofounder of ChristianNetcast.com Inc, Palmer has had opportunities to speak at universities and business conventions discussing how technology is being used by churches and broadcasters to get their message out on a global scale. Palmer has been featured on CBN's 700 Club, Fox News and TBN discussing the use of modern technology as it applies to ministries and broadcasting.
For more information on ChristianNetcast.com and its services, visit http://www.ChristianNetcast.com, or call toll-free (866) NET-CAST.
More about ChristianNetcast.com, ChristianNetcast.com was birthed in 1999, in what many would consider the most unlikely place to establish an internet company. While many internet startups were based in the Silicon Valley, ChristianNetcast.com was started in what used to be the lumber capital of the world, Bangor Maine. Todd VanTasel and David Palmer, founders of ChristianNetcast.com were attending a local church and saw the need to have the churches services broadcasted on the internet. When other ministries learned how the church was using this new streaming technology, they soon wanted to use the same type of tools for their church. The word about ChristianNetcast.com quickly spread and the company began to receive international recognition and was featured on television and radio programs such as Fox News, CBN, 700 Club and TBN. In 2006 the company moved its headquarters to Virginia Beach VA. ChristianNetcast.com currently serves over 500 ministries worldwide.
More about NWR Network,
Founded by Rick McConnell and Mike Trout in 2003, Next Wave Radio Network (NWR) started as a company dedicated to providing internet radio stations to churches and other ministries. In 2005, the first employees were hired and NWR eventually grew to service over fifty internet radio stations. When clients asked about streaming a terrestrial station online in 2006, NWR began providing low cost internet streams for over the air radio stations.
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