What You Need to Know Before Considering Marijuana Ads on Your Station by Dawn Sciarrino, Sciarrino & Shubert PLLC More than half the states and the District of Columbia have enacted laws permitting marijuana use to [...]
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has issued a public notice outlining the upcoming nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS), as well as mandatory registration and reporting deadlines for each EAS Participant.
ABA's Letter to the Governor on Microsoft's Use of White Spaces The following is a letter from Arizona Broadcasters Association President and CEO Art Brooks to Gov. Doug Ducey regarding Microsoft's request to use "white [...]
PHOENIX – Governor Doug Ducey addressed the Arizona Human Trafficking Council last week, co-chaired by Cindy McCain and Gil Orrantia, acknowledging their leadership and tireless work within Arizona communities. “It is my privilege to recognize [...]
As part of the National Association of Broadcasters State Leadership Conference, the Arizona Broadcasters Assocition sent a team to Washington DC to discuss important broadcasting issues with Arizona's Congressional Delegation.
The ABA is once again heading to Washington DC February 25-March 3.
The FCC Voted Unanimously on Tuesday to do away with a rule that required stations to keep a physical copy of correspondence with members of the public in their public file.
ABA Files Comments on Proposed EEO Rule Change The Arizona Broadcasters Association, along with other State Broadcasters Associations representing all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, recently filed Joint Comments in support [...]
The National Associations of Broadcasters (NAB) in conjunction with Partnership for Drug Free Kids launched a nationwide campaign against the abuse of opioids Tuesday and Arizona was presented as a leader on the front.