From the Smartphone to the Big Screen: Leveraging Multiscreen Viewing
The Account Executive Sales Seminar Series is perfect for stations that want inexpensive and impactful sales training. You will walk away with what you need to know and what you need to do to increase sales. The AE Webcasts are an exclusive NAB and TVB member benefit.
FCC Underwriting Requirements: The Rules of the Road
The NAB Webcasts for Public Broadcasters are live, interactive webcast sessions designed specifically for non-commercial broadcast development professionals and are an exclusive free NAB member benefit.
Membership in Motion is a three-part, complimentary, webcast series produced exclusively for NAB member radio stations. Get vital advocacy, education and innovation insights, plus interact directly with NAB's legal and regulatory, government relations and technology experts.
The NAB Virtual Academy for Radio is an exclusive member benefit program that features an online education curriculum created specifically for current radio broadcasters. It uses live, interactive webcasts presented by radio's leading consultants, trainers, broadcasters and personalities to enhance a station's business practices.
NAB's FCC License Renewal Webcast is an hour-long live program that will give an overview of the license renewal process, including guidance on what to look for on the revised form, and more importantly, advice on how to avoid the common pitfalls that can lead to unwelcome penalties. Peter Doyle, chief of the Audio Division, Media Bureau, FCC, and Frank Jazzo, co-managing member of Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth, PLC, participated in the discussion, which includes a question and answer session. This webcast is for NAB members only.
Are you at risk? Twitter, Facebook, Podcasts - the liability risks associated with new media are daunting. Are you prepared? Join AXIS PRO's Scott Swift, assistant vice president, Claims for this complimentary webcast. Click here to view the archived webcast.
This webcast describes the valuable benefits of participating in the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) DIRS program, as well as the very simple process for signing up for DIRS and updating your broadcast status during times of emergencies. The webcast is free to NAB members and non-members.
NAB Partner Media/Professional Insurance discusses the legal issues involving broadcasters who are pushing the envelope through on-air contests and segments using hidden cameras or unannounced interviews of story subjects to attract new audiences. To view the webcast click here or call 202 429 5384. This session is available free for NAB members only.