This week, we’re bringing NAB Show New York online, part of our series of virtual events that included the Radio Show and Sales and Management Television Exchange. It’s not too late to enjoy on-demand content from these events and get the insights and ideas that will help your business thrive in a challenging environment.
During his welcome remarks at NAB Show New York, NAB NAB President and CEO Gordon H. Smith noted:
“This year more than ever, our communities look to their local broadcasters to deliver the most trusted news and emergency alerts that keep them safe, informed and connected. We have provided our communities essential and fact-based news on the pandemic, a movement to right social injustice, hurricanes, wildfires and more. And we are exercising our First Amendment rights of freedom of speech and of the press to keep the public informed and shine light on the issues that our nation and communities face.”
Read Smith’s full remarks here.
Senate Introduces HEROES Small Business Lifeline Act
NAB applauds the inclusion of provisions in the HEROES Small Business Lifeline Act that would expand eligibility to Payroll Protection Program loans for local media outlets, including radio and television stations. These provisions would help local broadcasters weather unprecedented economic challenges while continuing to provide critical news and information about important issues affecting our communities.
A First Look at Next Gen TV Testing
As broadcast services increase in complexity so does the need for more comprehensive testing. This post explores two test approaches that are widely used across many hardware and software industries: White-Box and Black-Box testing.
We Are Broadcasters
NAB will be celebrating radio’s 100th anniversary on November 2, and we want you to help us turn up the volume as we approach this incredible milestone! We hope you’ll join us in sharing your favorite radio memories on November 2. Use the hashtag #Radio100 so we can amplify your posts.