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Sales Training and Education Programs For 2013

For 2013 we will again offer a variety of services to our members. All of the following services are provided free of charge to member stations in good standing.  We encourage you to use these services. To register for these programs contact Dick Novik at dnovik@nysbroadcasters.org Television Sales Training: Television Account Executive Training – In […]

Class of 2012 – Hall of Fame Inductees

The New York State Broadcasters Association’s Hall of Fame has been created to salute broadcast leadership throughout New York State. It recognizes individuals who have made a significant contribution in the fields of radio and television broadcasting. For additional information, contact our Hall of Fame website. Six new members were inducted into the Hall of […]

Long Island Stations Honored for “Serving New York”

Long Island radio and television stations honored for “Serving New York” and extraordinary efforts during Hurricane Sandy Congratulations to the Long Island broadcasters for their public service efforts during the year. We especially want to thank all of you who kept broadcasting on the air during Hurricane Sandy while the power and other communications services were […]

New York City Stations Honored for “Serving New York”

New York City radio and television station honored for “Serving New York” and extraordinary efforts during Hurricane Sandy Congratulations to the New York City broadcasters receiving “Serving New York” awards for their public service efforts during the year.  We especially want to thank those all of you who kept broadcasting on the air during Hurricane […]

New York Broadcasters On-the-Air during Sandy

Herculean efforts by New York’s broadcasters, especially in the City and on Long Island, ensured that listeners and viewers received life-saving information during Hurricane Sandy.  While other services shut down, broadcasters remained operational. A heartfelt  “THANK YOU” for all who weathered the storm.  For more details CLICK HERE.  

Congratulations to “Serving New York” Award Recipients in Buffalo, Rochester, and Syracuse

U.S. Representative Brian Higgins congratulated Buffalo broadcasters on their public service accomplishments and discussed the plans for revitalizing Buffalo. Congratulations to the following stations: Buffalo Award Recipients WIVB/WLNO-TV: “Coats 4 Kids” WUTV/WNYO-TV:  American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s “6th Annual Out of the Darkness Community Walk”, “Annual Prescription Drug Drop-Off,” and “Get Hairy for Charity -Childhood […]

U.S. Rep. Tonko Headlines Albany “Serving New York” Luncheon

U.S. Representative Paul Tonko attended our recent Serving New York Awards Luncheon in Albany.  He shared his views on the issues of the day and thanked the winning stations for their community service.  Congratulations to the following “Serving New York” Award recipients: Albany Area Stations WGY 810 AM & 103.1FM; The River 99.5 (Clear Channel) […]

HALL OF FAME RECEPTION November 28, 2012

The New York State Broadcasters Association Hall Of Fame Reception, will be held on November 28, 2012 at 5:00 PM at The Paley Center, 25 West 52nd Street, New York City.   If  you wish to attend this event please call our office at 518-456-8888 or email Sandy Messineo at sandy@nysbroadcasters.org Congratulations to this year’s Hall of Fame inductees! […]

Serving New York In the Public Interest

Congratulations to “Serving New York” Award Recipients Glens Falls Area Award Recipients WCFE-TV Mountain lake Public Broadcasting – “Vision to Action” WKBE 100.3 FM “The Point” – “Kayaking 4A Cure” WQAR Star 101.3 FM – “Postcards from WIAWAKA” Poughkeepsie Area Award Recipients WDNB 102 FM – “Boys and Girls Club Dinner, Celebrity Tip Challenge” WHUD 100.7 FM […]

Internet Radio Fairness Act Seeks to Balance Radio Streaming Rates

Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R UT), the legislation (HR 6480) would insure that all forms of digital radio, whether satellite, cable, or Internet compete against each other on a level playing field.  Companion legislation (S.3609) has been introduced in the Senate by Sen. Ron Wyden (D OR). The proposed legislation is significantly different from other performance […]