MA DPH “Organ Donation” campaign begins 3/19

The MBA's latest Public Education Program (PEP) campaign for the Department of Public Health begins on March 19th and runs for six non-consecutive weeks, ending on Sunday May 20th.  This radio and TV campaign seeks to educate Bay State residents that no age is... Read More.

Majority of House backs Local Radio Freedom Act

Massachusetts Representatives Stephen Lynch, William Keating, Michael Capuano, Katherine Clark, and Seth Moulton are among the 220 members of the House of Representatives supporting the Local Radio Freedom Act.  The LRFA is a non-binding resolution that opposes... Read More.

Beasley Radio Talent Institute June 4 – 18, 2018

Attention college students and recent graduates pursuing a career in radio! The National Radio Talent System will be conducting the Beasley Radio Talent Institute on the campus of Emerson College in Boston from June 4-18, 2018.  The... Read More.

Proponents testify in favor of “Reporter Shield Law”

On Monday October 16, the Joint Committee on the Judiciary held a hearing that included H.762 "An Act Providing Against Compelled Disclosure of Certain Information by the New Media" also known as the "Free Flow of Information Act. Massachusetts Broadcasters Association Executive Director Jordan Walton,... Read More.

Scholarship for prospective broadcast engineers available

The Association of Federal Communications Consulting Engineers awards cash scholarships each Spring and Fall to junior, senior and graduate engineering students who have an intention to pursue a career in telecommunications engineering. Through its Scholarship Committee, AFCCE also administers... Read More.