Now available: the 2023 Broadcasters' Policy Agenda, an overview of the most important policy issues facing local television and radio stations during the 118th Congress that will be shared with every legislator.
Connect with your legislators to educate them on the issues outlined in this report and tell them how their decisions could impact your vital service.
🗓️ Use our congressional calendar to find out when your members of Congress will be in their district offices and take the opportunity to plan meetings with your legislators.
You can find a playbook and other tools at nab.org/SpeakUp to assist you in communicating to your legislators the services you provide to their constituents.
2. ICYMI: NAB Member Town Hall Now on Demand
This week's NAB member town hall featured NAB President and CEO Curtis LeGeyt along with other NAB senior staff discussing our current initiatives and priorities as we begin 2023.
Entry information is available here, or contact NAB Director of Awards, Events and Member Experience Tobi Hall.
6. Update your PSA Inventory for 2023
Refresh your station's public service announcement creative at NAB's Spot Center, a destination for local radio and television broadcasters seeking public educational materials from credible organizations.
Routine cancer screenings dropped off during the COVID-19 pandemic and have not returned to previous rates. TV spots from the American Cancer Society encourage viewers to get screened.
TV and radio spots from the Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA), narrated by William Shatner, share the stories of three veterans who regained their independence with support from PVA.