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International Broadcasting Excellence Award

Entry Rules

Entry Rules

  • Be a non-U.S. radio or television licensed broadcast station or channel; this includes a terrestrial or satellite broadcaster (station does not have to be an NAB member).
  • Complete the online nomination form; write in English
  • In submitting this entry, entrant certifies that it holds all legal rights to the material submitted, and entrant hereby irrevocably grants to NAB the nonexclusive right to use said material in whatever manner NAB deems proper, including the production of books, audio tapes and other media.
Entry Tips
  • Have a person not affiliated with your station read over your entry to see if they find it understandable and clear.
  • Read the questions and follow the suggested guidelines carefully.
  • Provide real numbers and dollars to explain results (convert any reference to monetary earnings to USD).
  • Avoid jargon or language that an outsider may not understand.
  • Prepare the entry with standard type, such as 12 point Times New Roman
  • Keep entry clear, factual and succinct.
  • Keep in mind that the key to winning an award is to demonstrate your station's "uniqueness" in successfully serving your listening/viewing audience through broadcast innovation or service to community.

Please contact Emily Dorey at +1 202 429 5360 (phone) or +1 202 429 5461 (fax) with questions.