MANCHESTER, NH – The New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters (NHAB) awarded $18,000 in scholarships for the 2022-2023 school year, including its Student Broadcaster Scholarships, Families in Broadcasting Scholarships and the Al Sprague Memorial Scholarship. The Broadcaster Scholarships are given to young men and women pursuing... Read More.
Putting More Political Ad Dollars on Your Books Most experts agree that total 2022 political ad dollar spend will be as much if not more than 2020…and this is without a Presidential Election. But this money... Read More.
A number of stations have found that the FCC I.T. people have changed the Public File link to all caps for your call letters, breaking their own system. If your direct link on your website uses lower case, you will get a 404. Changing... Read More.
October 27, 2021 - Because of continued COVID-19 concerns, the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters held its annual meeting virtually rather than in-person. Executive Director Tracy Caruso conducted the short business meeting, asking for and receiving motions to approve all business transaction from the... Read More.
Broadcast stations may soon have to begin gathering data they haven't collected for 20 years. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is reinstating rules on Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) data. The sex, race and ethnicity information was a bothersome, but required, annual submission from... Read More.
You may remember that “Hang on! Help is on its way!” are lyrics from a Little River Band song back in 1977. Thanks to Tracy Caruso and the NHAB Board, your team’s sales and... Read More.
Even in this most unusual time, the FCC has continued to enforce its EEO rules, reviewing a station’s compliance both in connection with its license renewal and through periodic audits. Stations still need to engage in wide dissemination... Read More.