(May 30, 2017)Greetings NHAB members,There is important news to report on the legal battle over property taxes and whether critical and valuable broadcast equipment could be taxed by local cities and towns. Late last week, the... Read More.
(April 4, 2017) - The five U.S. commercial radio networks who operate their own satellite systems have been up and running on the new AMC-18 at 105 degrees West Longitude for over a month. Affiliates must move their downlinks... Read More.
(March 21, 2017) - The FCC is seeking public comment on a new set of technical standards that have come to be known as Next Generation TV. These standards amount to a convergence of over-the-air viewing with broadband viewing and streaming of other video... Read More.
(February 24, 2017) - The IEEE Broadcast Technology Society and the Association of Federal Communications Engineers will award scholarships of up to $10,000 to promising undergraduate and graduate students at accredited U.S. universities interested in... Read More.
(February 17, 2017) - Station public files no longer need to contain correspondence from the public. That's the major takeaway from the latest issue of the Antenna newsletter, written by Scott R. Flick, a... Read More.
(January 31, 2017) - NHAB, along with other State Broadcasters Associations representing all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, recently filed Joint Comments in support of a proposal to change the FCC’s EEO... Read More.
(January 19, 2017) - Thanks to Attorney Scott Flick at the Pillsbury law firm in Washington, the latest edition of Antenna is available. This month's issue includes the possibility of internet employment recruitment...the latest negotiations... Read More.
(January 10, 2017) - The new president hasn't even been inaugurated but there are already political problems erupting on Capitol Hill. Last week the FCC sent mixed signals pertaining to the online political files maintained... Read More.
(January 5, 2017) Tracy Caruso is thrilled to "return home" to work with colleagues and friends in New Hampshire's broadcasting family. Tracy is a Granite State native and award-winning broadcaster who began her radio career in 1991 at WFGL in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. She later worked at WORC in... Read More.