Broadcasters: America's First Informers
University of Oklahoma media arts professor Scott Hodgson and his students, along with Chandra Clark, professor of telecommunications and film at The University of Alabama, compiled stunning footage for a video account of broadcasters' response to the tornadoes that devastated Alabama and Missouri in April 2011.


As the voice of broadcasters in the nation's capital, NAB advocates on behalf of America's free, local radio and television stations and also broadcast networks before Congress, the Federal Communications Commission and the courts.


Broadcasters’ dedication to their local communities sets them apart from other mediums. The NAB Public Service department supports broadcasters in these efforts and creates awareness of the unique and important role stations play in their neighborhoods. Learn More »


Advances in technology are giving local broadcasters opportunities to find better, more innovative ways to deliver the high-quality programs and services that local communities expect and deserve. PILOT and the Technology department helps broadcasters stay relevant and informed in an ever-changing media landscape and supports the development of new technology. Learn More »


Staying informed is essential in today's ever-changing media landscape. NAB directs and conducts research projects that strengthen broadcasters' position on public policy issues and provides broadcasters with information to help them make informed business decisions. Learn More »


NAB provides its members with strong leadership and advocacy on over 60 regulatory and legislative issues, legal and licensing resources and more!

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