NAB is providing stations with tools and new audio spots (updated Feb. 2024) to educate listeners about AM radio and give them the opportunity to make their voices heard.
As your local television and radio stations, broadcasters inform communities, help neighbors in need, provide a lifeline during emergencies and report the facts you need to know. Broadcasters also deliver your favorite music on the radio and the shows you love to watch on TV.
Broadcasters' public service efforts remain unparalleled. Read recent examples of stations' service.Recent Stories »
Check out an interactive map of the U.S. to find out how broadcasters affect your state's economy.Explore Map »
Tweet, text or email your member of congress to let them know why local radio and television matter to you.Take Action »
Download broadcast-ready PSAs, graphics and more to help educate your station's viewers and listeners.Access Resources »
Broadcast Resource Hub
The Broadcast Resource Hub is a comprehensive one-stop-shop for resources, tools and information on issues impacting local radio and television stations.
TV Parental Guidelines
With an increasing number of TV channels and programs, it can be hard for parents to monitor what their children are watching. TV Parental Guidelines gives parents information about the content and age-appropriateness of programs.
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