(November 14, 2016) - Once again the New Hampshire and Massachusetts Associations of Broadcasters are teaming up to present a week-long Virtual Job Fair. From December 5-9, 2016 people interested in radio or television employment... Read More.
(October 27, 2016) – Nearly three dozen radio and television stations were recognized, and the leader of New Hampshire Public Television (NHPTV) was chosen Broadcaster of the Year at an event Thursday night. The New Hampshire... Read More.
(September 29, 2016) - NHAB's membership roster has grown with the addition of Concord station WNHN-LP. Broadcasting at 94.7 MHz, the station features jazz, blues and progressive talk programs of interest to the Capitol Region.... Read More.
As graduation season approaches, so to do deadlines for two NHAB member-funded scholarships. Permanent residents of New Hampshire are eligible to apply for scholarships for 2 or 4-year accredited institutions of higher learning as long as the applicant is: a full-time student enrolled in a radio or... 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.
The New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2015-2016 Student Broadcaster Scholarships, Families in Broadcasting Scholarships and the Al Sprague Memorial Scholarship. Student Broadcaster Scholarships are given to students pursuing a career in over-the-air broadcasting and... Read More.
The NHAB is embarking on two Non-Commercial Sustaining Announcement (NCSA) campaigns this summer. We recently issued an insertion for a radio-only New Hampshire Liquor Commission – Enforcement Division NCSA campaign centered on underage drinking and driving... Read More.
For Immediate Release: Contact: Jordan Walton, Executive Director, NHAB 603-627-9600 [email protected] Manchester, 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.
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.