NAB fights for legislative and regulatory policies that support broadcasters'
commitment to serving their local communities.
NAB's Depend on AM campaign activated overwhelming grassroots advocacy, leading to congressional support and response from automakers.
Momentum grew in Congress to urge the FCC to gather updated information regarding the video marketplace.
FCC ordered to complete 2018 Quadrennial Review in 90 days.
NAB's advocacy led to $7 million fees reduction for stations.
Public-private partnership ensures smooth transition to Next Generation TV.
NAB voiced concern broadcasters' copyrighted content could also be distorted and used as a vehicle for spreading misinformation.
Lawmakers stood shoulder-to-shoulder with their local radio stations in firm opposition to a new performance fee.
Journalism Competition and Preservation Act would enable local media to jointly negotiate for the fair market value of their news content.
Over 560 local radio and television broadcasters from across the country convened in Washington, D.C., Feb. 28 to March 1, 2023, for NAB’s annual State Leadership Conference (SLC).
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