NAB is hard at work providing information and educational opportunities to our member stations, supporting broadcasters’ innovation and advocating for relief for stations impacted by the pandemic. In case you missed it, here’s another look at last week’s news.
Organizations Voice Support for Expanded Loan Eligibility for Broadcasters Affected by Pandemic: As Congress considers legislation to extend relief for American businesses devastated by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the Local News and Emergency Information Act would go a long way in helping many broadcasters stay afloat and continue to provide viewers and listeners with lifesaving local news and information when they need it most.
National Association of Broadcasters and League of Women Voters Launch Voter Education PSA Campaign: Don’t forget to visit NAB’s Election Toolkit to download broadcast-ready spots and more tools to help get out the vote!
We Are Broadcasters
The We Are Broadcasters campaign is highlighting important public service by broadcasters, including the many ways stations are providing forums for conversations on race relations in their communities.
#Radio100 Moments: We’re celebrating radio’s 100th anniversary by looking back at the greatest moments in radio’s history. We hope you’ll join us in sharing your favorite radio memories throughout 2020. Use the hashtag #Radio100 so we can amplify your posts.
This Week’s Highlights from NAB Show Express: Hear experts on political advertising, Next Gen TV and more in these on-demand sessions.
Broadcasters have always been creative in finding ways to connect to remote locations and to get the word out during challenging times, and the flexibility on display by the nation’s broadcasters during the COVID-19 outbreak has been nothing short of extraordinary. Broadcast engineers and technologists quickly crafted solutions to ensure that the public was protected, informed and, in the environment of social distancing, comforted. This current working environment has inspired the latest PILOT Innovation Challenge:
2020 PILOT Innovation Challenge Focuses on Decentralized Collaboration for Audio/Video Production: PILOT is currently accepting applications for the 2020 Innovation Challenge. Winning teams could receive up to $150,000.
Words of Wisdom From the 2019 Innovation Challenge Winners: Last year’s winners provide insights on the program and the application process.
NAB Leadership Foundation
Celebration of Service to America Awards: We’re looking forward to a special televised event to honor broadcasters’ local community service, beginning August 22.
How to Build a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Strategy: Hear a conversation with broadcast leadership that explores how broadcast executives can use their organizational influence to move DEI beyond reactionary tactics into systemic change.