August IBA/RAB Training Webinar Mark your calendar! The August IBA/RAB training webinars will be held August 16 @ 10:00am CDT and August 18 @ 3:00pm CDT. Participation information and archive materials can be found in the Member Training section of the IBA Web Site.
Mark your calendar . . . for the July IBA/RAB training webinar. Member stations can participate in the webinar either Tuesday morning or Thursday afternoon. The RAB webinar will be presented July 12 @ 10:00am and July 14@ 3:00pm Central time. For more information: http://iowabroadcasters.com/member-services/rab-training-webinars/
As promised , Mark Levy from from Revenue Development Resources, Inc. has posted the information from his Sales and Management Sessions at the IBA Summer Convention, June 23, at the Wes Des Moines Marriott. Just click on the Read More link below to access the information. Here is the link: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/91825912/IBA%206-23-16.zip
Mark your calendar…. the RAB webinar will be presented June 21 @ 10:00am and June 23 @ 3:00pm Central time. Member stations can participate in the webinar either Tuesday morning or Thursday afternoon. Information for the June IBA/RAB training webinar is available at: http://iowabroadcasters.com/member-services/rab-training-webinars/
Iowa Broadcasters Association Awards 2016 Recognize individuals deserving of the Broadcaster of the Year award and Hall of Fame for 2016. Criteria for ‘Broadcaster of the Year’ includes Executives, Managers and On-Air Personalities. Please pass this award nomination information on to your staff and be sure all nominations for qualified station Executives, Managers and On-Air Personalities are sent in by May 31. The
E-Cigs and vape shops have become a new advertising category for many broadcast stations over the last few years. Unlike ads for cigarettes, little cigars, and smokeless (chewing) tobacco, which are effectively banned on broadcast stations, there are currently few Federal rules on e-cigs. Ads currently cannot make health claims about the product (so the ads cannot say that they are healthier than smoking cigarettes,
Yesterday, the FCC announced its agenda for its May open meeting to be held on May 25. Among the items on the agenda is a proposal to adopt a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking looking to abolish the obligation that broadcasters maintain in their public files copies of letters and emails from the general public about station operations. These letters are the last vestige of the physical public file for TV broadcasters who