The May IBA/RAB training webinar “Embracing Integration to Maximize Revenue and Results.” Stations choose the option of participating in either the Tuesday Morning, May 10th at 10:00 AM or Thursday Afternoon May 12th webinar. The webinars are one hour in length. Mark your calendar…. the webinar will be presented May 10 @ 10:00am and May 12 @ 3:00 pm. More information….
The upcoming April IBA/RAB training webinar “How to Turn a Good Local Business Into a Great Local Brand” will be offered to Member Stations with the option of participating in either the Tuesday Morning or Thursday Afternoon webinar. The webinar will be presented April 5 at 10:00am or April 7 at 3:00pm Information and Log-In details.
The IBA/RAB Webinar schedule has been expanded this year. Stations may now chose the option of participating in either a Tuesday Morning or Thursday Afternoon webinar. The RAB webinar choices for this month are either March 15 at 10:00am or March 17 at 3:00pm. Scroll down for more information. Information and logon details for the March IBA/RAB webinar are here.
The terms March Madness, Sweet Sixteen, Elite Eight, and Final Four are all copyrighted phrases and licensed to advertisers and the network that carries the games. It is OK to use the terms ONLY in a bonafide news story, an advertisement for the game or by an advertiser who is licensed to use the terms in their ads…otherwise the use of March Madness, Sweet Sixteen, Elite Eight and/or Final Four could lead to liabil
Update: The National Weather Service has postponed the EAS Tornado Test until March 24th. On March 23 the NWS will test the plans and responses to a live EAS Tornado Test (TOR) to take place between 10:00-10:30am. This event is being held in conjunction with Severe Weather Awareness Week and in preparation for the upcoming tornado season. Be sure to check the operational status of your EAS boxes and communicate the
In February IBA made another successful trip to Washington as part of the 2016 NAB State Leadership Conference. Sen. Jerry Moran (R-KS), a member of the Senate Commerce and Appropriations Committees, addressed the conference along with FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly, who spoke to the enforcement against pirate radio and invited broadcasters to submit to the FCC their input on outdated regulations or burdens