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.
Darrel R. Clark, former New Hampshire broadcaster and NHAB Board member passed away on October 13, 2013 at the age of 75.His long broadcast career included stops in Massachusetts and Vermont. Clark held various positions in New Hampshire radio including sales manager of WKNE... Read More.
The Federal Communications Comission has released a guideline to filing your 2013 regulatory fees. The release features links to the necessary web pages. Regulatory fee payments must be RECEIVED by the Commission no later than 11:59... Read More.
PRESS RELEASE June 3, 2013, New York - McGraw-Hill Professional, a leading global provider of print and digital engineering content, and the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE), the professional organization of television and... Read More.
Arguably the most valuable benefit to being a member of the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters is the Alternative Broadcast Inspection Program, or ABIP. The ABIP program lets a station avoid an... Read More.
The New Hampshire Suicide Prevention Council, along with the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications, New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters and the New Hampshire Press Association will hold a media... Read More.
It’s no secret that many people overlook the importance of free, local, over-the-air radio and television. ... Read More.
The entire New Hampshire Congressional delegation sent a letter to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski on March 8 to urge the FCC to preserve viewer access to free, local, over-the-air television in the Granite State during any channel reassignment related to the voluntary... Read More.