(March 19, 2018) - The National Association of Broadcasters recently released new tools for stations, including customizable spots that stations can use to educate viewers on the spectrum repack. They are available at
(June 20, 2017 - Washington, D.C.) - WMUR is proud to announce the station has won a national award for its "Home at Last" series that profiles children ready for adoption and looking for their forever homes. Left to right: New Hampshire Chronicle staff members... Read More.
New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte and Congressman Frank Guinta have recorded Public Service Announcements through the National Association of Broadcasters Congressional PSA Campaign. The NAB has offered this opportunity to our members of Congress for the last 30 years and by airing these spots we... Read More.
Target, AT&T and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission are only a few of the major enterprises to suffer high-profile cyber-attacks in recent months. In fact, a host of radio stations in Arkansas, Virginia and... 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.
One of the top issues in front of television broadcasters in early 2014 is, essentially, a satellite television issue. STELA (Satellite Television Expansion and Localism Act) is a bill that allows for satellite television companies to provide distant broadcast signals, which in the late... Read More.
National Association of Broadcasters President and CEO Gordon Smith released a statement yesterday regarding Representative Anna Eschoo's (D-CA) draft bill on retransmission consent rules titled "The Video CHOICE (Consumers Have Options in Choosing Entertainment)... Read More.