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2022 Celebration of Service to America Awards Entry Window Now Open
--Awards celebration will be held in-person in Washington, D.C. and premiere on local stations in summer 2022--
--Entries accepted through March 7--
Washington, D.C. -- The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Leadership Foundation is now accepting entries for the 2022 Celebration of Service to America Awards. The Celebration of Service to America Awards, presented by Bonneville International and Hearst Television, honors the impact and excellence in community service and philanthropy by local radio and television stations across the country.
The 2022 Celebration of Service to America Awards entry window will close on Monday, March 7, 2022 at 11:59 PST. All stations and broadcast ownership groups are encouraged to enter their best community service efforts from the past year.
Both NAB members and non-members are eligible to enter. Award categories are based on DMA rankings and market size:
Broadcast Ownership Group
Large/Major Market (TV DMAs 1-50, Radio Markets 1-50)
Medium Market (TV DMAs 51-100, Radio Markets 51-150)
Small Market (TV DMAs 101-210, Radio Markets 151-300)
Three finalists from each television and radio category will be notified in early April.
Winners will be announced at the in-person awards event in Washington D.C. on Tuesday, June 7, 2022, where finalists, celebrity guests, past honorees and policy makers will come together and celebrate the important work of broadcasters across the country. A special one-hour broadcast event will also air in summer 2022.
Additional information about the awards, including sponsorship opportunities, rules and event details, is available at ServiceToAmericaAwards.org.
About NAB Foundation
The National Association of Broadcasters Leadership Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the future of broadcasting through leadership, diversity and community service. Learn more at www.nabfoundation.org.
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