Join NAB President and CEO Curtis LeGeyt in celebrating 100 years of our association and 100 years of incredible service by America’s television and radio broadcasters.
In 1923, 16 radio stations met in Chicago for the first organizational meeting of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB). Today, NAB represents thousands of local television and radio stations and the broadcast networks in our nation’s capital. As we commemorate our association’s 100 years of advancing the interests of television and radio broadcasters, we also celebrate how local stations have become a vital part of every local community.
For 100 years, NAB has provided strong advocacy, education and innovation necessary to advance the interests of broadcasters.Explore Our History
The NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame recognizes radio and television personalities or programs that have earned a place in broadcasting history.Learn About the Honorees
NAB is supporting new technologies that ensure broadcasters will continue to provide news, entertainment and lifesaving information.Check Out What's Next