For most of you, the Granite Mikes is the one event that defines your entire year. Well, OK, it’s probably not that important but you still like to attend, mingle with your... Read More.
A call no General Manager or Engineer wants to get is the one that starts with “The FCC inspectors are here.” A surprise FCC visit that unearths violations has the potential to severely impact or cripple a local radio or television station. Fines for... Read More.
For Immediate Release: Contact: Jordan Walton, Executive Director, NHAB 603-627-9600 firstname.lastname@example.orgManchester, NH (June 9, 2015) – With the recent announcement that the Federal Communication Commission’s Boston field office will remain open, the following statement can be attributed to Jordan Walton, Executive Director of... Read More.
In their annual trip to Washington DC, members of the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters took to Capitol Hill to educate our Congressional delegation about ongoing issues facing radio and television broadcasters in the Granite State.WMUR-TV General Manager Jeff Bartlett discussed retransmission consent negotiations... Read More.
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.