WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The National Association of Broadcasters announced today the addition of 90 radio and television stations as members of the organization. Headlining today's announcement is Virginia Beach-based Max Media, which owns or operates 44 radio and television stations in 10 states and Puerto Rico. Today's announcement follows last week's news that CBS Corporation and FOX Broadcasting had rejoined the broadcast organization.
Other radio and television station groups to recently join NAB include Communications Corporation of America, Lafayette, La.; Boswell Broadcasting, Kosciusko, Miss.; Brothers Broadcasting, Rensselaer, Ind.; Eagle's Nest Inc., Roanoke, Ala.; KSBJ Educational, Humble, Tex.; Living Faith Broadcasting, Abingdon, Va.; Neuhoff Communications, Jupiter, Fla.; and White Knight Broadcasting, Lafayette, La.
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