NAB News Archive
- NAB Statement on FCC Reinstating UHF Discount
- 2017 NAB Show Presents Next Generation Image Making Super Session
- NAB Show to Feature Alexa Bootcamp
- NAB Education Foundation Announces 2017 Service to America Award Winners
- Altice USA Chairman and CEO Dexter Goei to Keynote 2017 NAB Show
- NAB Statement on Incentive Auction Results
- SPROCKIT Reveals Final Group of Start-ups Participating in Fifth Annual Program at NAB Show
- NAB and NABEF Announce New Resources for Journalists Covering Racially Sensitive Issues
- NASA to Stream First Live 4K Video from Space at the 2017 NAB Show
- Over 200 First-time Exhibitors Join 2017 NAB Show
- NAB Show to Feature New Global TV Tech Day
- NAB Statement on Introduction of Performance Royalty Legislation by Rep. Issa
- NAB Statement on Introduction of Tax Certificate Legislation
- NAB Show Presents NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt as Keynote Speaker in Super Session on Success in a Digital Age
- 2017 NAB Show Super Session Takes Attendees Behind the Scenes with 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story'
- NAB Statement on Retirement of RIAA's Cary Sherman and Promotion of Mitch Glazier
- 2017 NAB Show Goes Behind the Scenes with 'Game of Thrones'
- Support Grows for Local Radio Freedom Act in House
- NAB Board Election Results Announced
- NAB Statement on Introduction of Performance Royalty Legislation
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to the FCC voting to reinstate the UHF discount used to calculate compliance with the national television audience reach cap, the following statement may be attributed to NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith:
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The National Association of Broadcasters, in a joint initiative with the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation, today unveiled an online toolkit entitled “Awareness in Reporting” to help journalists and newsrooms develop greater skill in covering race and racially sensitive news stories. The resource was unveiled at a kickoff event this afternoon at the Newseum, which featured panel discussions with journalists and local leaders involved in recent race-related events.