Dear New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters: As we close out 2019 and move onto the next decade, there is much to reflect upon. Licensed radio and television stations have all agreed, “to serve the public, interest, convenience and necessity.” We should all be proud of what... Read More.
In 2018, Congress enacted a new Farm Bill which decriminalized certain hemp products. As directed by that Bill, the US Department of Agriculture in 2019 published interim rules on the “Establishment of Domestic Hemp Projects” adopting a national regulatory framework for hemp production and... Read More.
November 6, 2019 - NHAB members will recall that Sage Alerting Systems previously announced that it's latest firmware update would require stations to pay a fee because of the substantial time and effort... Read More.
(September 23, 2019) - The New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters was sad to learn of the death of longtime New Hampshire radio station licensee Elmer H. "Hal" Close. He died of complications of a stroke on September 10 at the age of 82. A native... Read More.
(July 24, 2019) The New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters (NHAB) has awarded $17,000 worth of scholarships for the 2019-2020 school year, including its Student Broadcaster Scholarships, Families in Broadcasting Scholarships and the Al Sprague Memorial Scholarship. The Broadcaster Scholarships are given to... Read More.
© 2019 Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP. Attorney Advertising. pillsburylaw.com A Radio Broadcaster’s Guide to License Renewal . The FCC’s radio license renewal cycle is now underway, with the first batch of applications due by June... Read More.
(January 28, 2019) - Decades worth of regulations are being considered for elimination as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) continues Chairman Ajit Pai's housecleaning agenda. According to the January issue of Antenna, Midterm Reports are being considered for the chopping block... Read More.