Election Night Guide 2016 Available

Just in time for election night coverage - the facts and figures that your stations need!  This 24-page downloadable booklet provides background, state-by-state analysis and lists of major candidates.NHAB wishes to thank Scott Flick...

Lowest Unit Charges Take Effect July 30

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...

UPDATE: IPAWS bill signed into law!

On Monday, April 11, 2016 President Obama signed the “Integrated Public Alert and Warning System Modernization Act of 2015,” which requires FEMA to modernize and implement the Integrated Public...

New sponsors for Local Freedom Radio Act

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...

Advocacy update – FCC in the spotlight

There are a number of ongoing legislative issues facing broadcasters both in Concord and in Washington DC.For our television members we are facing an effort by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler to end “exclusivity” rules for local broadcasters.  The end of these rules...

Sen. Ayotte and Rep. Guinta record NAB PSAs

Senator Kelly AyotteNew Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte and Congressman Frank Guinta have recorded Public Service Announcements through the National Association of Broadcasters Congressional PSA Campaign.  The NAB has offered this opportunity...