From Radio Music Licensing Committee Executive Director Bill Velez comes two forms in which stations can elect for RMLC representation in future negotations (and possibly litigation) with ASCAP and BMI. While the initial due date was September 15, Mr. Velez has indicated that the... Read More.
The Massachusetts Broadcastesr Association, in combination with the state broadcasters associations from every other state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, filed extensive Joint Reply Comments urging the FCC to expand both the types and numbers of parties charged FCC regulatory fees to... Read More.
Reinvent Your Sales! On November 11 Jim Mathis presented "Reinvent Your Sales! to MBA members as part of Sound Bites 2021. Click the link below to watch it any time! They Can Beat You on... Read More.
Deadline to apply - September 18 The New England First Amendment Coalition will host its 11th annual New England First Amendment Institute as a multi-day online program this fall. The institute is typically offered over three days at Northeastern University in Boston. Due to continuing health concerns... Read More.
New date for induction will be chosen in the near future With rising COVID numbers across the country, many companies are delaying bringing workers back into offices or allowing them to attend outside events. While vaccination numbers in Massachusetts are very good, we feel... Read More.
CHARLTON - Richard Harold “Dick” Vaughan, 85, beloved husband, brother, dad, and papa, died on August 9, 2021. He was surrounded by loved ones. Dick was the proud patriarch of a large brood of loquacious kin. Dick grew up in Malden, Massachusetts, with his brothers... Read More.
State broadcasters associations representing all fifty states, Washington D.C., and Puerto Rico sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Minority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) urging the passing of the Local Journalism Sustainability Act (LJSA). The LJSA would provide local... Read More.
The Massachusetts Broadcasters Association is thrilled to bring another set of Poynter Institute webinars FREE to newsrooms across the Bay State as part of our ongoing Sound Bites Digital series. The time is now to register for any of the upcoming webinars including "Reporting... Read More.
WBZ-TV announced that Editor Jim Murphy passed away suddenly earlier this week. The nearly 20 year TV veteran was beloved by his family, including his wife Stacy, son Gavin, and daughter Quinn, along with his many... Read More.