Advisories – FCC Required Paperwork

(November 14, 2016) - All New Hampshire radio and television stations must file three important documents with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) by December first.New England broadcast stations must place Annual EEO Public File Reports... Read More.

Next Virtual Job Fair: December 5-9

(November 14, 2016) - Once again the New Hampshire and Massachusetts Associations of Broadcasters are teaming up to present a week-long Virtual Job Fair.  From December 5-9, 2016 people interested in radio or television employment... Read More.

Frid named Broadcaster of the Year

(October 27, 2016) – Nearly three dozen radio and television stations were recognized, and the leader of New Hampshire Public Television (NHPTV) was chosen Broadcaster of the Year at an event Thursday night.  The New Hampshire... Read More.

Latest Issue of Antenna available

(October 17, 2016) - The television spectrum incentive auction hasn't come anywhere close to hitting the federal expectations so another round of bidding will soon start.  Meantime, the FCC has proposed a schedule plan for... Read More.

NHAB Welcomes Newest Member

(September 29, 2016) - NHAB's membership roster has grown with the addition of Concord station WNHN-LP.  Broadcasting at 94.7 MHz, the station features jazz, blues and progressive talk programs of interest to the Capitol Region.... Read More.

Reminder: National EAS Test on Wednesday!

 (September 26, 2016) - At 2:20 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 virtually every American radio and TV station, and cable television channel, will be briefly interrupted during the second-ever National test of the... Read More.

Mark D. Handley, R.I.P.

(September 11, 2016) - NHAB was saddened to learn of the passing of Mark Daniel Handley after a five-year battle with cancer.  He lived in Falmouth, MA, with his wife of 42 years, Judith Martin Handley.  He was 74.

September issue of Antenna available

The September issue of Antenna is available.  Readers will find out:the status of the FCC's Quadrennial Ownership Review why the first stage of the FCC television spectrum incentive auction failed how much FCC regulatory fees will increase at the end of the month ... Read More.