(May 30, 2017) Greetings NHAB members, There is important news to report on the legal battle over property taxes and whether critical and valuable broadcast equipment could be taxed by local cities and towns. Late last week, the... Read More.
A survey of New Hampshire licensed radio and television broadcasters following the September 16 FEMA Regional EAS test suggests that the majority of broadcast stations in the Granite State received and forwarded the "NPT" code test... Read More.
Lucien "Lou" Dumont, an early generation broadcaster whose career spanned more than seven decades, passed away on May 7, 2015 in Hyannis, Mass. Born in Haverhill, Mass. in Nov. 16, 1924, he was the oldest son and... Read More.
The following advisory from Pillsbury law references the December 1, 2013 deadline for all non-exempt radio and television stations in New Hampshire. If you have any questions regarding your filing, you can call the NHAB’s Federal... Read More.
Darrel R. Clark, former New Hampshire broadcaster and NHAB Board member passed away on October 13, 2013 at the age of 75. His long broadcast career included stops in Massachusetts and Vermont. Clark held various positions in New Hampshire radio including sales manager of WKNE... Read More.
The entire New Hampshire Congressional delegation sent a letter to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski on March 8 to urge the FCC to preserve viewer access to free, local, over-the-air television in the Granite State during any channel reassignment related to the voluntary... Read More.