NHAB News

Continuity of Broadcast Operations Every Station Should Have a Plan Manny Centeno, Project Manager, National Public Warning System (NPWS) DHS, Federal Emergency Management Agency – NCP, IPAWS Washington, DC Original FEMA Link (PDF) Abstract - How quickly a broadcast...
(February 20, 2019) - A total of 987 full power and Class A stations are waiting in line for compensation from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) as a result of last year's voluntary spectrum auction and...
(January 28, 2019) - Decades worth of regulations are being considered for elimination as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) continues Chairman Ajit Pai's housecleaning agenda. According to the January issue of Antenna, Midterm Reports are being considered for the chopping block...
(January 11, 2019) - Again this year, the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters (NHAB) will make scholarships available for young people interested in a career in broadcasting.
(January 4, 2019) - Hot off the presses - the Broadcaster's Calendar for the new year. The calendar is courtesy of NHAB's Washington communications law firm, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, and is free...
  (January 1, 2019) - At the annual meeting of the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters in November, the membership elected Lucy Lange as Board Chair. Lucy works for iHeartMedia and has been a board member since October 2013.
(November 15, 2018) - The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) has developed a series of coverage guidelines to assist journalists, newsroom managers and station management with both common and uncommon ethical and operational situations which may arise. The guidelines have been prepared by...
(November 9, 2018) - MANCHESTER, NH - New Hampshire broadcasters produced award-winning coverage of the opioid epidemic, state championship sports, severe weather and fun features focusing on everything from ice fishing to janitors. Television and radio personnel gathered last night to celebrate the best...