The Pack Monadnock NOAA Weather Radio transmitter will go off the air Monday, June 6 for FAA contractors to perform asbestos remediation at the site. The current plan is for the transmitter to be down for... Read More.
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.
(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.
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.
Each year the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters files comments on numerous Federal Communications Commission proceedings on behalf of our members. The following is a list of the FCC proceedings in which the NHAB jointly participated in 2015 thanks to Washington counsel of Pillsbury... Read More.
There are a number of ongoing legislative issues facing broadcasters both in Concord and in Washington DC. For our television members we are facing an effort by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler to end “exclusivity” rules for local broadcasters. The end of these rules... Read More.
The Granite Mikes are right around the corner and while we're not rooting for the Red Sox this postseason we will celebrate the sports long history with broadcasting during the NHAB's annual appreciation night. The day kicks off from 2PM to 4:30PM where the NHAB... Read More.
Rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commission on September 17 allowing broadcasters to disclose contest information online as opposed to on-air will not go into effect until at least December. As David Oxenford notes in his... Read More.