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Broadcasters, DoD Agree on Spectrum Sharing Arrangement for Select Military Bases (11/21/2022)

NAB Leadership Foundation Launches Future Leaders Fund (11/17/2022)

NAB Statement on Announcement by Speaker Pelosi (11/17/2022)

NAB’s Charlyn Stanberry Named a Top Lobbyist by the National Institute for Lobbying & Ethics (11/16/2022)

NAB and NAB Leadership Foundation Host Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Forum (11/16/2022)

Nominations Open for 2023 NAB Technology Awards (11/16/2022)

NAB Statement on the Passing of Jim Bohannon (11/12/2022)

Registration Opens for 2023 NAB Show (11/7/2022)

NAB Statement on Revised Justice Department News Media Policy (10/27/2022)

New Study Details Impact of Third-Party Data Phase-Out on Local Broadcasting (10/20/2022)

NAB Show New York Attendance Exceeds 9,500 (10/20/2022)

2022 NAB Marconi Radio Award Winners Announced (10/19/2022)

Elvis Duran and Scott Shannon to Receive 2022 NAB Show New York Impact Award (10/11/2022)

NAB Town Hall Provides Insight Into Year-End Broadcast Issues and Priorities (10/4/2022)

NAB Show New York to Feature 230+ Exhibitors; 32 First-Time Exhibitors (10/3/2022)

NAB Show Announces Call for Proposals for 2023 BEIT Conference (9/30/2022)

NAB Show New York Tech Chat Stage Presents Solutions to Content Community Challenges (9/27/2022)

NAB Statement on Senate Judiciary Committee Passage of the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (9/22/2022)

Haro Appointed to NAB TV Board of Directors (9/22/2022)

NAB Statement on Introduction of Performance Royalty Bill in Senate (9/22/2022)

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