The Arizona Media Association (AMA) welcomed five media legends into its Hall of Fame during a record-sized-turnout lunch event on January 26, 2024.
Our goal is to receive feedback from everyday Arizonans about their likes, frustrations and new ideas to help make local news more impactful.
All debates will also be simulcast with Spanish audio translation and include an ASL interpreter.
The Arizona Media Association has an FCC-trained inspector ready to help make sure you stay in FCC compliance.
Does a holiday networking mixer with local media and marketing leaders peak your interest?
Are you ready for Arizona’s biggest-ever event to support the state’s local media?
This partnership will focus on philanthropy, cooperative journalism and sustainable local news operations.
This is our largest-ever board and each of these 18 leaders will help chart the course of our Association over the next 12 months.
The mission of the Foundation is to connect communities with more local news and information.
The latest report from AdImpact shows Arizona with the second highest 2024 political advertising spend of any state.
As our most aggressive offering in 2024, the Association plans to allocate a large amount of funding to support more paid internships.
This dues structure puts all radio, TV, print and digital members under the same structure to ensure equity.
Our application portal is now open for an unprecedented level of financial support to fund local media internships.
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.
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