NHAB files letter with U.S. Forest Service

The New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters joined with many other State Broadcasters Associations in expressing concern that certain aspects of the US Forest Service’s current and proposed permitting process violate the First Amendment by imposing a...

NHAB visits Upper Valley with National Guard

Earlier this month, NHAB Executive Director Jordan Walton visited three station groups in the Upper Valley with New Hampshire Army National Guard Marketing NCO Staff Sergeant Carolina Compton and local recruiter SSG Patrick McGinnis.   The group visited Koor Communications News/Talk WNTK, the Great Eastern...

Despite positive 2014, legislative issues ahead in 2015

Broadcasters by and large had a successful year in Washington in 2014 but many of the same challenges will rear their heads again next year.Performance rights were and will be a topic of discussion in the halls of Congress.  In 2014, Congressmen Michael Conway...

2015 is the year of ‘localism’ for broadcasters

Never in human history have there been so many choices for entertainment.  In 2015, consumers will face an unprecedented number of options when it comes to how they spend their time.  Want to listen to music?  There’s broadcast radio, internet radio, podcasts, CDs, vinyl(!),...

Another Granite Mikes in the books

The New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters held its annual Granite Mikes Annual Meeting and Awards event this October and by all accounts it was a great night.  Celebrating 60 years as an organization the event took on a ‘50’s’ theme which included the invitations,...

NAB to host cybersecurity webinar on Dec. 10

Target, AT&T and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission are only a few of the major enterprises to suffer high-profile cyber-attacks in recent months. In fact, a host of radio stations in Arkansas, Virginia and...