About the NHAB

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Established in 1954, the New Hampshire Association (NHAB) of Broadcasters is the only voluntary, statewide trade organization serving 98% of the Granite State’s over-the-air radio and television stations.

The Association’s key responsibilities include assisting its members with general and broadcast-specific business challenges through educational seminars, legal hotlines, grassroots lobbying (in-state and on Capitol Hill), and additional opportunities to receive industry specific assistance, locate helpful resources, and network with fellow broadcasters.

The NHAB also aims to promote broadcasting as a viable and exciting career choice by offering annual scholarships and maintaining an online database of available jobs for individuals searching for a career in radio or television, as well as the opportunity to post a resume online.

Committed to public service, the NHAB works closely with the Governor’s Office of Energy and Community Service, the New Hampshire Office of Emergency Management, Partnership for a Drug Free New Hampshire, and the New Hampshire Army National Guard and Coast Guard to help disseminate valuable information to the public.