The Massachusetts Broadcasters Association, along with 46 other State Broadcasters Associations, joined in filing with the FCC an ex parte letter in continuing opposition to the requirement that television stations post their political files online, particularly given... Read More.
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 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 With fewer seminars, outdated training books and technology that evolves quickly, employees can easily be left behind.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.
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.
They Can Beat You on Price, But Not on Value! Presented by Jim Mathis Thursday, May 23rd - 1PM Eastern Sales and marketing has changed forever. They will never be the... Read More.
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We’re proud to announce two of the MBA’s members-only programs are back in 2013! These programs were created to benefit the staff and families at member stations, with a focus on advanced education and... Read More.
Despite predictions about “the largest snowstorm in years” in Washington D.C., a large broadcaster delegation from Massachusetts took to Capitol Hill earlier this month to lobby our Congressional delegation regarding several important radio and television issues. The National Association of Broadcasters State Leadership Conference... Read More.