On Monday, July 22, the Massachusetts Broadcasters Association joined with 45 other State Broadcasters Associations in filing Joint Reply Comments in the FCC’s Indecency Proceeding. Our approach was to identify for the Commission specific actions... Read More.
The window to submit your station's work for the MBA Broadcasting Awards on November 14th is officially open! Last year we had a great start in our return to awarding the best of Massachusetts... Read More.
In late May the U.S. Attorney’s office announced that they had seized equipment from a pirate radio station operating in Roslindale, MA. At least one licensed broadcaster had complained to the Federal Communications... Read More.
In a world of media consolidation and tightening budgets, training for radio and television station employees is often among the first thing to get cut. With fewer seminars, outdated training books and technology that evolves quickly, employees can easily be left behind. Enter the... Read More.
Work hard and play hard when the big players, the best innovators and the industry leaders meet in Orlando for the Radio Show. From high level education sessions to... Read More.
We're very happy to announce the launch of the new Massachusetts Broadcasters Association website, massbroadcasters.org! This site will be easier for you to navigate and easier for MBA staff... Read More.
The Massachusetts Broadcasters Association continues to pursue H1679 – An act relative to unauthorized radio communication (i.e. pirate radio stations). Meanwhile, the Federal Communications Commission has seized broadcasting equipment from a pirate radio station operating out... Read More.
June 3, 2013, New York - McGraw-Hill Professional, a leading global provider of print and digital engineering content, and the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE), the professional organization of television and radio engineers, are proud... Read More.
By Jordan Walton Through many conversations with our members over the last few years, there is no doubt that the Alternative Broadcast Inspection Program (ABIP) is one of the most useful and appreciated member benefits the Massachusetts Broadcasters Association offers. Until I shadowed MBA inspector Bob... Read More.
ATTENTION MBA MEMBERS WITH COLLEGE-AGED CHILDREN! The deadline for the Massachusetts Broadcasters Association's "Families in Broadcasting" Scholarship is May 10, 2013. The MBA offers up to five $750 scholarships. The scholarships are awarded to the children of full-time employees of MBA member stations. Students must be... Read More.