Veteran broadcaster Ed Brouder has been selected as executive director of the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters (NHAB). He replaces Jordan Walton who relocated to New Jersey with his family. Brouder’s 37-year... Read More.
Sad news this morning as we have learned that Koor Communication's co-owner Sheila Vinikoor has passed away at the age of 65. Sheila E. Vinikoor passed away peacefully while surrounded by her family on January 8, 2016,... Read More.
A survey of New Hampshire licensed radio and television broadcasters following the September 16 FEMA Regional EAS test suggests that the majority of broadcast stations in the Granite State received and forwarded the "NPT" code test... Read More.
The New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2015-2016 Student Broadcaster Scholarships, Families in Broadcasting Scholarships and the Al Sprague Memorial Scholarship. Student Broadcaster Scholarships are given to students pursuing a career in over-the-air broadcasting and... Read More.
The NHAB is embarking on two Non-Commercial Sustaining Announcement (NCSA) campaigns this summer. We recently issued an insertion for a radio-only New Hampshire Liquor Commission – Enforcement Division NCSA campaign centered on underage drinking and driving... Read More.
Port Broadcasting, LLC of Newburyport, MA announced today that it has entered into a Local Marketing Agreement with Aruba Capital Holdings, LLC of Exeter, NH to operate their two radio stations in Exeter, NH and Sanford, ME.... Read More.
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... Read More.
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... Read More.