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.
Earlier this month, NHAB Executive Director Jordan Walton visited three station groups in the Upper Valley with New Hampshire Army National Guard Marketing NCO Staff Sergeant Carolina Compton and local recruiter SSG Patrick McGinnis. The group visited Koor Communications News/Talk WNTK, the Great Eastern... Read More.
NH stations receive accolades for work in news, sports, advertising and public service Awards were handed out to broadcast stations in nineteen categories at the annual Granite Mike Awards sponsored by the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters (NHAB) on Thursday, October 16th at the... 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.
The New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters, along with 46 other State Broadcasters Associations, joined in filing with the FCC an ex parte letter in continuing opposition to the requirement that television stations post their political... 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.
On Monday, July 22, the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters joined with 45 other State Broadcasters... Read More.