The mission of the Arizona Broadcasters Association is to Serve Educate and Advocate for its membership through the best means available. Also to grow & strengthen the ABA through increased awareness and ongoing support of the organization from both its members and the industry at large.
The Arizona Broadcasters Association (ABA) is a 501-c(6) non-profit corporation founded in 1952. Membership includes radio stations, television stations and associate members. The ABA is managed by a full time President/CEO and Executive Assistant and governed by a 10 member board of directors. The ABA is a member of the National Alliance of State Broadcast Associations and supports the programs of the National Association of Broadcasters.The mission of the Arizona Broadcasters Association is to Serve Educate and Advocate for it’s membership through the best means available. Also to grow & strengthen the ABA through increased awareness and ongoing support of the organization from both its members and the industry at large.
The ABA's mission is to serve, educate and advocate, and here's the part where we educate. Check out these articles on industry topics, curated by Art Brooks, to share and discuss in the newsroom and around [...]
The 2016 Broadcasters Career Fair - Phoenix was held Thursday at the East Valley Institute of Technology and saw nearly 200 attend the four-hour expo. 194 people checked in at the Career Fair and spoke [...]
Friday, April 29th marked the 12th edition of the AZ AMBER Alert Golf Classic and it saw 75 golfers raising thousands of dollars for AZ AMBER Alert and scholarship funds across the state. https://twitter.com/AZBroadcasters/status/726067228177620992 A [...]
We are beyond honored to share another award win for "Hooked" which aired early last year but continues to bring in accolades. “Hooked: Tracking Heroin’s Hold on Arizona,” produced by ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of [...]
The Arizona Broadcasters Association is happy to share some great news from the National Association of Broadcasters. The NAB received a favorable ruling in a legal battle against the FCC over ownership rules. You can read [...]
House, Senate in recess April 29-May 7 Congress is in recess the first full week of May so stations may find some lawmakers, particularly House members, swinging by for interviews touting legislative measures they’re advancing. [...]
The Arizona Broadcasters Association traveled to Washington DC this week to advocate on behalf of Arizona Broadcasters. Here's a look at their meeting with Sen. John McCain. https://twitter.com/senjohnmccain/status/702607904176787456 Stay tuned for more news from our [...]
As the year winds to a close, a brief update on the ABA's government relations activities. This Fall, the ABA, along with other NASBA members, filed a written Ex-Parte Communication on October 13th to the [...]
PCC Downtown Campus | Building CC | Room 180 “Amethyst Room” Featuring Radio & Television Stations Open to anyone interested in a broadcasting career (job seekers do not need to register) Bring multiple copies of your resume Possible on-the-spot interviews Any questions, please contact the ABA @ 602-252-4833 or email@example.com
The 27th Annual Broadcasters Hall of Fame Luncheon will be held Thursday, October 13, 2016 at Talking Stick Resort (101 Freeway / Indian Bend). Attire is business / business casual. 11:00 AM Reception & Registration Noon – 1:30 PM Awards Luncheon