Charlie Dent, R.I.P.

It is with deep regret that NHAB notes the passing of longtime broadcast executive Charles E. Dent, Jr., of Derry. Charlie died on Tuesday, June 7, 2016 following a long bout with cancer; he was 69.Charlie served... Read More.

FCC Considers Dropping Listener Letters from Public File

WASHINGTON, May 25, 2016 - The Federal Communications Commission has issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (16-62) concerning changes to Public File rules.  Currently the rules currently require: (1) commercial television and radio broadcast stations to retain, and make available to the public, copies... Read More.

A Word from NAB

(May 25, 2016)- In a decisive victory for broadcasters, the federal appeals court in Philadelphia today ordered the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to quickly review outdated broadcast ownership rules, and eliminated the FCC's prohibition on... Read More.

New England Emmy Winners

(UPDATE-June 4, 2016) Congratulations to New Hampshire recipients of the 2016 New England Emmy Awards!NH Public Television and WCVB Boston tied in the Environmental category.  NHPTV's Phil Vaughn, Steve Giordani and... Read More.

Dartmouth Celebrates 75th

On Saturday, April 30, 2016 Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH will celebrate dual milestones: the 75th anniversary of student broadcasting and the 40th anniversary of WFRD-FM, one of the rare commercially-operated student stations in America.Director of Broadcasting Heath Cole says there will... Read More.

Welcome WEMJ-FM!

Binnie Media's Laconia cluster appears to be among the first beneficiaries in America of the AM improvement window that opened in January. In an effort to aid struggling AM stations the... Read More.

Brouder to head NHAB

Veteran broadcaster Ed Brouder has been selected as executive director of the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters (NHAB).  He replaces Jordan Walton who relocated to New Jersey with his family. Brouder’s 37-year... Read More.