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(!),... Read More.
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,... Read More.
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... Read More.
A letter from The Cromwell Group founder and President Bud Walters regarding NextRadio: "A portable radio in every pocket…Until now this has never before been possible. I believe that local “over the air” radio has a very bright future if broadcasters offer programming that is unique... Read More.
On behalf of all 50 State Broadcasters Associations, a letter was filed with the Commission on August 28 in response to the Commission’s request for comment on whether it should initiate a rule making proceeding... Read More.
Earlier this month the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters, along with the Massachusetts Broadcasters Association, held the first-ever joint seminar aimed at strengthening management skills among their members. Survey results suggest that the most... Read More.
Recently, Staff Sergeant Carolina Compton was assigned to the position of Marketing NCO (non-commissioned officer) for the New Hampshire Army National Guard, replacing Sergeant First Class Mathew Lovgren. Among other duties, the Marketing NCO is our main contact in the state for our NH... Read More.
Your station pays for a professional photographer to take head shots of you most popular DJ or news anchor for use in a mailer and in your lobby. Can you use that photo on your website? Your station buys syndicated programming; can you stream it on your... Read More.
A new issue has been added to the now standard mix of issues facing New Hampshire’s broadcasters. The “usual suspects” are still present; retransmission consent, the television spectrum auction and reallocation (which has been delayed until 2015) and radio’s performance tax. Congressman Dave Camp (R-Mich.)... Read More.