The Arizona Broadcasters Association (ABA) is a 501-c(6) non-profit corporation founded in 1952. Membership includes radio stations, television stations and associate members. The ABA is managed by a full time President/CEO and Executive Assistant and governed by a 10 member board of directors. The ABA is a member of the National Alliance of State Broadcast Associations and supports the programs of the National Association of Broadcasters.The mission of the Arizona Broadcasters Association is to Serve Educate and Advocate for it’s membership through the best means available. Also to grow & strengthen the ABA through increased awareness and ongoing support of the organization from both its members and the industry at large.
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT), located at 1601 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201
Building 2 – Culinary Arts Center
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The Arizona Broadcasters Association continues to work hard on your behalf to help you save money and increase revenue in every way we can as we all look towards ways of the best business …
May 8, 2015 @ 7:00 am – 2:00 pm
Camelback Golf Club
7847 North Mockingbird Lane
Scottsdale, AZ 85253
7:00 AM Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:00 AM Shotgun Start
Followed by Luncheon, Raffle & Awards
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ABA Advocating For You in Washington D.C.
The Arizona Broadcasters Association was well represented at the annual National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) State Leadership Conference, held February 23-26 in Washington, D.C.. Representatives included ABA Board …
TV fights for “clean” Satellite Television Extension Localism Act (STELA) to pass in this Congress
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FCC Requiring Radio to Move Public File Online?
The FCC is contemplating requiring radio to move its public file on-line, including the political file. The NAB, ABA, and NASBA are asking the FCC how they …