National Association of Broadcasters

NAB to Induct 'Wheel of Fortune' and 'JEOPARDY!' Into Broadcasting Hall of Fame

12/04/17 9:00 pm

Two of America’s most popular gameshows, “Wheel of Fortune” and “JEOPARDY!,” will be inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Broadcasting Hall of Fame at the new 2018 NAB Show Achievement in Broadcasting Dinner on Monday, April 9 in Las Vegas. The two syndicated hits have produced a combined 13,000+ episodes. They are both produced by Sony Pictures Television Studios and distributed by CBS Television Distribution.

NAB Statement on Senate Passage of Tax Reform Legislation

12/03/17 9:00 pm

WASHINGTON, DC -- In response to passage of comprehensive tax reform legislation by the Senate, the following statement can be attributed to NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith:

NAB Joins GENIVI Showcase at AutoMobility LA 2017

11/27/17 9:00 pm

The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), the premier advocacy association for America's radio and television broadcasters, and the GENIVI Alliance, a collaborative community of automakers and their suppliers developing open software for in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) and the connected car, are beginning to collaborate on automotive radio technology as NAB joins the GENIVI Showcase at AutoMobility LA 2017 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

NAB Show Reveals New Event Schedule Highlighting Industry Awards

11/19/17 9:00 pm

NAB Show will debut two new events highlighting broadcast industry achievement. The NAB Achievement in Broadcasting Dinner will be held Monday, April 9th at the Encore Las Vegas. A separate NAB: We Are Broadcasters Program will be held Tuesday, April 10th at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

NAB Statement on FCC Adoption of Next Gen TV Order

11/15/17 9:00 pm

WASHINGTON -- In response to the FCC's adoption of an order approving the use of the Next Gen TV transmission standard, the following statement can be attributed to NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith:

Media Files for Motorcycle Safety 2018

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 risk than motor vehicles because they lack many of the same safety features of automobiles. From a statistical perspective, motorcyclists are 27 times more likely to die in a crash than other motorists. NHTSA has a vested interest in addressing the types of motorist behaviors that pose a risk to motorcyclists. In years past, and enshrined in statutory language, these efforts have been bundled under the moniker of "Share The Road"

 


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