A plan to close up to 16 Federal Communications Commission field offices has many in the radio and television industry worried. Broadcasters fear that the FCC’s ability to investigate and solve interference disputes as well... Read More.
Each year the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters jointly files various comments with the FCC with other state broadcasters associations. The following is a summary of filings from January 1, 2014 to the present. These examples of advocacy before the FCC illustrate how vigorous the NHAB and... Read More.
The New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters joined with many other State Broadcasters Associations in expressing concern that certain aspects of the US Forest Service’s current and proposed permitting process violate the First Amendment by imposing a... Read More.
Earlier this month, NHAB Executive Director Jordan Walton visited three station groups in the Upper Valley with New Hampshire Army National Guard Marketing NCO Staff Sergeant Carolina Compton and local recruiter SSG Patrick McGinnis. The group visited Koor Communications News/Talk WNTK, the Great Eastern... Read More.
Never in human history have there been so many choices for entertainment. In 2015, consumers will face an unprecedented number of options when it comes to how they spend their time. Want to listen to music? There’s broadcast radio, internet radio, podcasts, CDs, vinyl(!),... Read More.
New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters Washington counsel, the law office of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, has released its biennial election night guide for broadcasters. The guide provides a Presidential election fact sheet, 2012 election results along with all of the major races, nationwide. Download the election... Read More.
NH stations receive accolades for work in news, sports, advertising and public service Awards were handed out to broadcast stations in nineteen categories at the annual Granite Mike Awards sponsored by the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters (NHAB) on Thursday, October 16th at the... Read More.
Following efforts from television broadcasters across the country, “Local Choice”, along with other potentially harmful amendments to the Satellite Television Access and Viewer Rights Act (STAVRA) were removed or modified during a Senate Commerce Committee mark up session on September 17th. The bill, largely thought... Read More.
MADISON, WI – In response to [yesterday's] STELA reauthorization bill introduced by House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte (VA-06), the following statement can be attributed to NASBA President Michelle Vetterkind, on behalf of NASBA and its State Broadcasters Association members. “On behalf of... Read More.