Our honorees are Kit Atwell, Bruce Cooper, Al Macias, Terri Ouellette, and Floyd Simmons.
The Arizona Broadcasters Association and Arizona Newspapers Association are combining operations to form a single Arizona Media Association
With these changes, the organization is set to represent more than 300 local media brands from radio, TV, print, and digital.
There are few things more important than building new revenue.
Our ABIP program audits each station to help ensure they stay in FCC compliance.
There’s no other group in Arizona that invests even a fraction of what we all do together to protect local media and the critical role it plays in society.
Maintaining local news and community connection is arguably the most critical role of Arizona broadcasters.
Newly released data from the Arizona Broadcasters Association shows sizable shifts in how Arizona audiences consume media.
The Ten-Minute Trainer Network is a FREE member service.
There’s good reason to celebrate legislative wins from 2022 and also look ahead to even bigger opportunities.
These in-person fairs are the central touchpoint to connect soon-to-graduate students with career opportunities.
We are planning a record-breaking $650,000 in investments to help protect and futureproof business.
All broadcast radio and TV stations are required to participate in monthly EAS tests.
Our goal is to keep dues as low as possible.
The ABA exists to be the shared voice of the Arizona broadcasting business, using the scale of more than 225 members to help build business.
The ABA exists to SUPPORT you. That means using dollars strategically and continually reinventing ourselves.
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