Hot off the press...the January issue of Antenna newsletter, written by Washington communications attorney R. Scott Flick. The Federal Communication Commission's Quadrennial Review is underway. By law, the Commission has to review its rules every four years for relevance. Have something to tell the... Read More.
(October 11, 2022) – Radio and television stations around the Granite State were recognized for their best work during the past year during the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters annual convention at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. The Granite Mikes Awards ceremony was preceded... Read More.
What follows is an (almost) imaginary conversation between NHAB Executive Director Tracy Caruso and featured sales seminar presenter Mark Levy. Good morning Tracy! I don’t know if you’ve heard, but I’ll get a chance to share some strategies and tactics to help you and your... Read More.
MANCHESTER, NH – The New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters (NHAB) awarded $18,000 in scholarships for the 2022-2023 school year, including its Student Broadcaster Scholarships, Families in Broadcasting Scholarships and the Al Sprague Memorial Scholarship. The Broadcaster Scholarships are given to young men and women pursuing... Read More.
Howard Leonard Silverman, also known as Howie Leonard, of Portsmouth passed away on March 17, 2022 in Silver Spring, Maryland. Howard was born on February 20, 1926 in Haverhill, Massachusetts to David and Rose Silverman, grew up in Lawrence and was preceded in death... Read More.
During winter weather, we see and hear frequent reminders to clear all snow and ice from motor vehicles. The legal requirement for this is popularly referred to as "Jessica's Law," so-named in honor of 20-year-old Jessica Smith who died in Peterborough in 1999. A... Read More.
Putting More Political Ad Dollars on Your Books Most experts agree that total 2022 political ad dollar spend will be as much if not more than 2020…and this is without a Presidential Election. But this money... Read More.
A number of stations have found that the FCC I.T. people have changed the Public File link to all caps for your call letters, breaking their own system. If your direct link on your website uses lower case, you will get a 404. Changing... Read More.