Public Education Partnership

The PEP program is a public awareness partnership between NMBA radio and television stations and community groups across the state. This program, which has been in service for more than 20 years, is available to government agencies and non-profit organizations whose advertising funds are limited. These organizations make a grant of funds to the NMBA in exchange for spots on NM radio and television.

Television or radio announcements provided by the PEP partner are distributed to stations across the state and broadcasters are asked to run the announcements voluntarily on an “as available” basis. Monthly performance affidavits are provided to the PEP client.

The NMBA is the only organization in the state that can provide the PEP program and is a sole source provided.

2020 National Guard Recruitment

The National Guard is a unique element of the U.S. military that serves both community and country. The Guard responds to domestic emergencies, overseas combat

Adult Literacy

The NMCL encourages and supports community-based literacy programs and is the New Mexico affiliate and coordinator for the national program of ProLiteracy America, overseeing certification

Distracted Driving

Multitasking is a myth. Human brains do not perform two tasks at the same time. Instead, the brain handles tasks sequentially, switching between one task

Motorcycle Safety

Motorcycle crashes involving another motor vehicle continue to account for nearly half of all motorcyclist fatalities in the United States. Motorcyclists are inherently at more

NEA NM 2020

Doing our best for student success in New Mexico. Instructions for New Mexico radio stationsInstructions for Albuquerque radio stations NEA (:30 English)NEA (:30 Spanish)

Pedestrian Safety

The primary focus is to raise the awareness of pedestrian safety issues and to reduce the number of pedestrian and motorist crashes. By working together

Underage Drinking

New Mexico currently ranks first in the nation for children who consume their first alcoholic drink prior to the age of 13. The negative effects