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NAB fights for legislative and regulatory policies that support broadcasters' commitment to serving their local communities.


Gordon H. Smith testifies before Congress.






KEY LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY ISSUES

Provide Relief for Broadcasters Struggling to Survive the COVID-19 Crisis
As Congress works to address the deepening crisis faced by businesses across the country, legislators should provide immediate relief to local radio and television stations to ensure they can stay on the air and continue to serve and inform their communities throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
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A Performance Tax Threatens Local Jobs
For nearly a century, record labels and performers have thrived from airplay - which is essentially free advertising - from local radio stations. But as the big record labels struggle to keep profit margins high, they are urging Congress to impose a tax on these local radio stations that are, ironically, their greatest promotional tool. Broadcasters urge legislators to stand up for their local radio listeners by supporting the Local Radio Freedom Act, which opposes a performance tax.
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YOUR VOICE MATTERS

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ADVOCACY RESOURCES

Access the members-only section that contains talking points, issue briefs and additional tools to help you advocate on legislative issues that matter most to broadcasters.

Advocacy Resources

LEGAL HOTLINE

QUESTIONS? NAB members can call our free Legal Hotline to learn more about legislation, filings and updates from Washington.

Call: (866) 682-0276 | Email: legal@nab.org



TV STATION MOVES

Learn how government mandated TV station moves beginning next year could impact 70 million viewers.

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