The Federal Communication Commission's (FCC) Media Bureau recently released a reminder to commercial and noncommercial broadcasters of their upcoming requirement to file their 2023 biennial ownership reports on FCC Form 2100, Schedule 323 or 323-E, respectively. The reports are required to be filed by every... Read More.
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) today announced the launch of the Broadcast Resource Hub, a comprehensive one-stop-shop for resources, tools and information on the most relevant issues impacting local radio and television stations. The online portal provides access to various resources created by... Read More.
Released Oct. 5, 2018: By this Public Notice, the Media Bureau announces an upcoming webinar to provide information about the Commission’s recently implemented radio broadcast incubator program. The Commission’s novel incubator program is designed to support new and small entrants in the radio broadcasting industry by pairing potential... Read More.
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.
It took a while to get to this point, but at the first public meeting of the Pai FCC, the Commission voted today to eliminate the requirement that stations maintain “Letters and Emails from the Public” in their... Read More.
New Release: January 20, 2017 - Indianapolis, IN – The Society of Broadcast Engineers has actively worked as a source of information for the Emergency Alert System since it was launched. As the system... 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.
Arguably the most valuable benefit to being a member of the Massachusetts Broadcasters Association is the Alternative Broadcast Inspection Program, or ABIP. The ABIP program lets a station avoid an unannounced... Read More.
You're invited to the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers New England Section meeting FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2012... A VISIT TO THE MUSEUM OF BROADCAST TECHNOLOGY SMPTE New England meetings are free to members and nonmembers! A Joint Event with: SMPTE New... Read More.