This Week at NAB – September 18, 2020

We’re gearing up for an exciting month of virtual events at NAB! Don’t miss these opportunities to learn and connect with your industry.  NAB Show New York, October 19-29: To the visionaries, the disruptors and the thousands of media and entertainment professionals, this all-new digital experience is designed to ensure you continue pushing the bounds of content each and … Continue reading This Week at NAB – September 18, 2020

This Week at NAB – August 21, 2020

This week, NAB launched important initiatives to support the broadcast industry into the future. In case you missed it, here’s another look at this week’s news. C-band Webinar: As part of the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) reallocation of the C-band, operators of registered C-band earth stations can choose to either have their actual costs of … Continue reading This Week at NAB – August 21, 2020

Last Week at NAB – August 10, 2020

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 … Continue reading Last Week at NAB – August 10, 2020

Shake It Off, Taylor Swift’s Spectrum Advice

Our Love Story begins in 2009. As part of the National Broadband Plan, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) had a bold idea to fix what it foresaw as a looming spectrum crunch for wireless broadband service. The FCC would broker an auction/exchange between television broadcasters and wireless carriers, and shuffle channels around as necessary. In … Continue reading Shake It Off, Taylor Swift’s Spectrum Advice

Broadcasters: America’s ‘First Informers’

Every day across America, local radio and television broadcasters serve communities in extraordinary ways: raising millions of dollars for charity, rescuing kidnapped children with AMBER Alerts, and creating awareness about important health and safety issues through public affairs programming. Regardless of individual broadcasters’ level of commitment to public service, there is no role stations embrace … Continue reading Broadcasters: America’s ‘First Informers’