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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the primary radio and television issues NAB is working on?

NAB is the chief advocate of America's broadcasters in our nation's capital, ensuring policymakers are informed on the issues that impact the broadcasting industry. Learn more about the primary issues affecting radio and television stations.

Where can I learn more about becoming an NAB member?

NAB members can count on a strong advocate to protect their backs in our nation’s capital. In addition to effective advocacy, membership offers exclusive opportunities to build new relationships, stay on top of cutting-edge technologies and receive the latest information to discover innovative business strategies. To learn more, visit the Membership section.

Where can I find legal briefings and research reports on NAB's primary issues?

Visit the Advocacy section to learn all about NAB's activities on primary issues.

Where can I learn more about the NAB Show?

At a time when broadcasters are seeking positive momentum in this challenging economic environment, the NAB Show helps to provide it. Learn more about the NAB Show.

What are NAB's main events for the upcoming year?

Click here to learn more about NAB events.

What educational opportunities does NAB offer broadcasters?

NAB's educational opportunities offer broadcasters the chance to network with colleagues, gain new skills to grow their careers, discuss innovative strategies to build stronger businesses and address important broadcasting issues. Click here to learn more.

Where can I find the latest NAB news?

NAB is committed to keeping broadcasters informed on the latest news affecting the television and radio broadcaster business. Click here to visit the NAB newsroom.

How do I sign up for NAB newsletters?

To sign up for any of NAB's e-newsletters, click here.

Where can I learn more about innovation in the broadcast business?

To learn about innovations in broadcast radio, click here. To learn about innovations in broadcast television, click here.

Where can I download free public service materials?

NAB is committed to assisting America's broadcasters in planning and implementing locally focused community service initiatives. To access free public service materials, visit NAB's Spot Center website.

What is the NAB Education Foundation?

The National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (NABEF) is a nonprofit organization that provides professional development opportunities for those seeking to grow their careers in the broadcast industry – from entry level to executive ownership. For more than 20 years, NABEF has helped to reinforce the future of broadcasting through a commitment to education and to advancing excellence in the diversity and community service efforts of the broadcasting industry. Learn more visit

Where can I learn about job openings at NAB?

Visit Careers@NAB.

Where can I access NAB members-only advocacy resources?

Click here to access advocacy resources for NAB members, including updates and talking points on key broadcasting issues.

Where can I find the NAB Store?

For publications on important issues to broadcasters and the industries that support them, please visit

Where can I find my NAB member ID?

To look up your member ID, please click here.

Where can I pay my NAB membership dues online?

You can pay you NAB dues online here.

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