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.
NAB Launches Campaign Celebrating the First Amendment
This week, we launched a campaign celebrating the First Amendment and its guarantee of free speech and the press. The campaign, which is hosted at WeAreBroadcaters.com/FirstAmendment, provides a toolkit with on-air and digital resources to help media professionals, policymakers and the public celebrate the First Amendment. This editorial from NAB President and CEO Gordon H. Smith was published in The Hill to commemorate the First Amendment.
Ensuring Local Communities are #VoteReady
Tuesday, September 22 was National Voter Registration Day, and radio and television broadcasters came together to help their communities get #VoteReady!
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.
The Radio Show Podcast
The 2020 Radio Show, hosted online Oct. 5-9, is more than just a conference. It’s a convergence of all who thrive in the audio and media space. The limited-run Radio Show Podcast will get you ready for this year’s virtual event with presenter interviews and exclusive insights.
A Fireside Chat with Dr. Oz
The Sales and Management Television Exchange (SMTE), hosted online Oct. 14-15, will include a fireside chat with television personality Dr. Mehmet Oz.
NAB Show New York Presents Session on Deepfakes and Disinformation in Election Coverage
NAB Show New York will present the session “The Deepfakes Dilemma: How Broadcasters Must Manage Deepfakes Disinformation During Election 2020” on Thursday, October 22 on the main stage channel, available at NABShowNY.com.