Time’s Up – EAS Upgrades to Cost Money

(February 8, 2024) - The long-awaited update to bring Sage ENDECS into Federal Communications Commission compliance has been released. You do have to pay for it ($159.00), and while you can’t order it directly from Sage, the announcement and link to list of vendors is... Read More.

FCC Extends Deadline for Sage Customers

(November 28, 2023) - The FCC has extended an EAS firmware upgrade deadline by 90 days (until March 11, 2024) but only for stations that are existing customers of Sage Alerting Systems.  Users of other manufacturers equipment must still comply with the original December... Read More.

December 1 Deadlines Approach

(October 30) - The Federal Communications Commission reminds that December 1, 2023 is the deadline to place EEO Public File Reports in Public Inspection Files and on station Internet websites for all nonexempt radio and television stations in Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Maine, Massachusetts,... Read More.

The Federal Communications Commission provides information online to help people communicate before, during and after severe weather and other emergencies. You’ll find tips about how to prepare for an outage, as well as what to do if an outage occurs, at fcc.gov/emergency (and... Read More.

Hold the date: Wednesday, October 4

New Hampshire broadcasters should mark their calendars for two significant events on Wednesday, October 4, 2023.  That's the day of NHAB's annual convention and Granite Mikes Award ceremony at the Bank of New Hampshire Stage in Concord (look elsewhere in this site for details). On... Read More.

Granite Mikes Call for Entries

(July 1, 2023) - It's time to dust off your best work from the last 12 months - NHAB's annual Granite Mikes competition is underway!  Radio and television broadcasters are invited to submit their best work in 15 categories.  The deadline for entries is... Read More.

NAB Resources: Keep AM Radio in Cars

You have probably heard that some members of Congress and the National Association of Broadcasters  (NAB) are concerned over reports that some automakers plan to eliminate production of AM car radios. We are pleased to announce that NAB is launching a public affairs campaign to... Read More.