Nominations are open for the National Radio Hall of Fame. The 24 nominations in six categories were determined by the organization’s nominating committee. Four of those categories will be voted on... Read More.
Two New Hampshire stations have been recognized regionally for outstanding achievements in electronic journalism. The national Edward R. Murrow Award winners will be announced in June. The awards are named for the... Read More.
(UPDATE-June 4, 2016) Congratulations to New Hampshire recipients of the 2016 New England Emmy Awards! NH Public Television and WCVB Boston tied in the Environmental category. NHPTV's Phil Vaughn, Steve Giordani and... Read More.
During the 45-day period prior to a primary election or party caucus, and the 60-day period prior to the general election, commercial broadcast stations are prohibited from charging any legally qualified candidate for elective office (who does not waive his or her rights) more than the station’s Lowest... Read More.
Click here for the April 2016 issue of Antenna, produced by our Washington law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP. Topics addressed include: multilingual rules for EAS Video description requirements Post-repack channel sharing Upcoming FCC deadlines application for a new non-commercial FM at 91.7 in Scarborough,... Read More.
As graduation season approaches, so to do deadlines for two NHAB member-funded scholarships. Permanent residents of New Hampshire are eligible to apply for scholarships for 2 or 4-year accredited institutions of higher learning as long as the applicant is: a full-time student enrolled in a radio or... Read More.
February 29, 2016 - Two additional U.S. Senators and five members of the House of Representatives have signed on as co-sponsors of the Local Radio Freedom Act. They include Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME). Three members of New Hampshire's congressional delegation already support the act: Senator... Read More.