My NAB is a platform designed to create a more personalized and enhanced experience for our members to interact with NAB, access members-only content and easily register for programs and awards.
To create your My NAB account, visit my.nab.org and log in with the email address used to receive NAB emails. Then, simply reset your current NAB password.
While broadcasters are busy running their businesses at home, the National Association of Broadcasters has your back in Washington, D.C. NAB fights for policies that strengthen local stations, protects them from unnecessary federal burdens and offers resources to decrease costs and increase revenue. But there is strength in numbers. Join team NAB to change the game in our nation's capital and to score big on your bottom line.
NAB is protecting the future of local broadcasters by advocating for your business on more than 50 policy issues, including:
Additionally, NAB provides the following information and tools necessary to understand and advocate on behalf of broadcasters:
Answers to Legal and Regulatory Questions
NAB's regulatory team dedicates thousands of hours to advocating on behalf of broadcasters, collectively saving members millions of dollars in legal fees each year. Members can call the NAB Legal Hotline at (866) 682-0276 or contact the Government Relations team at (202) 429-4199 or email@example.com to get their legislative and regulatory questions answered for free!
NAB members can take advantage of the NAB legal calendar as an important tool to help stations stay on schedule with the Federal Communication Commission's deadlines, renewals and filings deadlines.
FCC's Regulatory Resources
NAB members have the necessary tools at their fingertips to help them protect their licenses and stay abreast of the FCC's regulatory guidelines for station operation:
Take advantage of the 400+ hours of broadcaster-focused education NAB offers to members to cultivate and inspire top talent. Join more than 115,000 of your fellow broadcasters who are tapping into NAB’s powerhouse of knowledge training and resources.
Answers to Technology Questions
NAB's innovation and technology experts help broadcast engineers navigate technological challenges and keep up-to-date on future tech trends.
Members can call (202) 429-5338 for help with specific questions.
Serve on radio and TV and digital officer and committees
Digital Dashboard Best Practices Report - is a 23-page document which provides background information on the project, some results from the digital dashboard audit NAB conducted in Grand Rapids, Charlotte and Philadelphia and a discussion of the areas that broadcasters need to focus on to improve the consumer experience with radio in the car.
Recommended Best Practices Document - is a two-page document that summarizes for radio station programming and engineering departments key steps broadcasters can take that, when followed, should result in a dashboard appearance that is useful and pleasing to listeners and will support a more consistent user experience across the radio dial.
PILOT is a coalition of innovators, educators and advocates dedicated to advancing broadcast technology and cultivating new media opportunities. It provides a platform for innovation, an engine for incubation, a venue for testing new technologies and a forum for broadcaster education.
To learn more about featured projects, click here. For the latest updates visit the PILOT Blog
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The Broadcast Ambassador Program is an ongoing volunteer-initiative led by members of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) with the goal of increasing the members’ staff awareness and understanding of the value of NAB’s work on behalf of local broadcasters. This program will allow us to deepen our connection with NAB members and create a direct line of communication to ensure that members have access to the tools and resources needed to enhance their daily operations.
Broadcast Ambassadors will be equipped with the knowledge to speak confidently on NAB’s initiatives and the value of membership. Ambassadors help their stations and/or groups remain informed about NAB events, educational offerings, advocacy initiatives, and cost-saving membership benefits, while providing essential feedback and member contact updates to NAB.
This is an opportunity to engage with colleagues and fellow broadcasters on behalf of NAB.
We are looking for passionate, energetic candidates in non-executive and general management positions of NAB member organizations who desire to connect with colleagues across their organization(s) and are willing to share with them the benefits of NAB membership.
Candidates must be recommended by an NAB member station/group executive. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please complete and submit an application
Please complete and submit a nomination form
NAB advocates on behalf of your station on Capitol Hill, at the FCC and in the courts while providing exceptional advocacy information, cost-saving resources and networking and career development opportunities. By joining NAB, you are engaging in our advocacy efforts to build a strong future for the broadcasting industry.
Radio and television membership in NAB provides you with:
NAB associate membership connects people, products and services in digital media. By becoming a member, you will have the opportunity to grow your company’s topline, expand your reach among quality business partners and network with industry leaders from around the globe.Member Benefits include:
Associate dues are based on revenue. Annual enrollment is on a fixed cycle from May 1 to April 30 the following year. *Note: To take advantage of member pricing for any NAB Show, your membership must be active by September 1 of the prior year.Low Power Stations
Low power radio, television and Class A stations are eligible for NAB associate membership.
Expanded Member Benefit! Coming early 2021 - Enhanced, dynamic year-round visibility in the NAB Amplify Online Directory. Display products, feature on-demand content on your company profile page, and access networking and lead generation features, and more.
NAB Amplify is our new dynamic year-round digital platform, designed to extend the impact of the NAB Show throughout the year by providing opportunities for networking, discovery, and education, will be an essential destination and resource for our community.
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The National Association of Broadcasters offers international broadcasters the opportunity to join and receive discounts to conventions and conferences such as NAB Show and the Radio Show. Membership is organizational, so all employees can tap into the member discounts and benefits. NAB produces a wide range of events that focus on all segments of the industry to better inform and educate members on the trends and technologies facing broadcasters around the worldMember Benefits include:
International dues are based on the number of stations owned or operated.
Annual enrollment is on a fixed cycle from May 1 to April 30 the following year. *Note: To take advantage of member pricing for any NAB Show, your membership must be active by September 1 of the prior year.
If you have any questions regarding NAB membership or member benefits, please fill out the form below and someone from NAB Membership will respond to you as quickly as possible.