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The National Association of Broadcasters' Speakers Bureau can provide a speaker for a local event at no cost.
The National Association of Broadcasters had been avidly courting Mr.
For their efforts, the station's staffers recently received an award from the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation.
"Cable is a much greater violator in the decency area [than broadcast]," Stevens recently told the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), the odious industry group that represents over-the-air TV and radio affiliates.
With the support of the National Association of Broadcasters, the four Military Aid Societies--Air Force Aid Society, Army Emergency Relief, Coast Guard Mutual Assistance and Navy Marine Corps Relief Society--have created the Armed Forces Relief Trust.
* Two local radio stations received "Station of the Year" honors from the National Association of Broadcasters. KFUO-FM won the classical award and KZJZ was named top jazz station.
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), Washington, D.C., achieved five critical goals when it launched a new awards program for technological innovations during its 2003 spring convention held April 5-10:
The leading financers of these jaunts have been the National Association of Broadcasters and the National Cable and Telecommunications Association.
In 1961, in his first speech as Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC"), he challenged members of the National Association of Broadcasters to: [S]it down in front of your television set when your station goes on the air and stay there without a book, magazine, newspaper, profit-and-loss sheet or rating book to distract you--and keep your eyes glued to that set until the station signs off.
With bells, whistles and Lady Liberty, media activists interrupted the September 13 meeting of the National Association of Broadcasters by presenting Cheap Channel Radio.
But these advocates of "media democracy" are facing a battle as complex as the communications technologies they hope to democratize, and their foes are formidable: the New York Times Company, Gannett Company newspapers, the National Association of Broadcasters, AOL Time Warner, General Electric, and Disney.
At the 2001 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) conference, Avid Technology, Inc.

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