What is the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB)?
The National Association of Broadcasters is the trade association for the United States radio and television broadcasters. NAB is a lobby group promoting its presence in government, industry and public affairs. NAB’s main objectives are advocacy, education and innovation.
How the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Work
Advocating in the US, the NAB informs head policymakers, Congress, the FCC and the administration on the issues that affect the broadcasting industry and its community.
With new media so prevalent, NAB assist broadcasters in embracing the digital era, helping to produce and deliver innovative content in innovative ways to the general public.
NAB Education Foundation assists broadcasters with a wide range of programs to help careers grow, promote diversity and overall succeed in business.
Why National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Matters
Without the NAB, who would educate Congress, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the administration on how policies affect the broadcasting industry and subsequently local communities?
New Media, New Standards
With so many innovative ways to reach an audience, NAB focuses on helping broadcasters utilize new media and help define new standards in delivering messages to the public.
NAB doesn't just help broadcasters share a message or two, it shines a light through education and technical innovation to help broadcasters turn a profit and grow their business.