March 5-6, 2024
The 2024 NAB State Leadership Conference will feature a robust program where broadcasters from all over the United States and Puerto Rico will hear from prominent policymakers and industry leaders, as well as meet with their legislators to discuss key issues affecting the industry. The conference is also a great opportunity to network with fellow broadcasters from across the country.
Saturday, April 13, 2024
Don't miss out on this exclusive industry forum covering the most critical topics for small and medium market radio stations, hosted by NAB's Small and Medium Market Radio Committee. You'll have the opportunity to participate in can't-miss conversations on the topics you care about most while you reconnect and network with your peers during the closing reception. RSVP here.
Saturday, April 13 - Wednesday, April 17, 2024
No matter where you fall in the content ecosystem, this is where you'll reconnect to the tools, technology and people who will empower you on your path. Take the first look at brand-new products and applications. Engage in compelling conversations with current and future partners. And immerse yourself in a show floor where innovative and future-ready solutions are waiting at every turn. If you're involved with the business of storytelling, then you belong at NAB Show.
3 - 3:30 p.m. EST, December 13
In recent years, corporations and organizations across the nation developed and intensified their commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). However, some now question whether recent legal and social developments could have a dampening effect on DEI programs. Tune in on December 13 from 3 - 3:30 p.m. to hear Stacy Hawkins, former vice-dean of Rutgers Law School, share strategies that broadcasters may consider as they continue to execute their DEI initiatives.
(Orig. Stream Date: 2 p.m. ET, September 28)
NAB President and CEO Curtis LeGeyt shared insights and updates on: NAB's advocacy efforts on key broadcast issues and priorities for the remainder of the year; What NAB is doing to support broadcasters' professional and business needs, as well as DEI initiatives; And, opportunities to learn about innovations impacting the future of local stations.
Wednesday, August 23, 2023 | 2 p.m. ET
Join NAB and the Library of American Broadcasting Foundation (LABF) for the first of a two-part series to learn the importance of documenting and preserving broadcast history for future generations. Part One: The "Preserving Broadcast History" webinar will provide guidance for broadcasters on how to catalog your station's history, best practices for creating an inventory and where to store this data and information. A Q-and-A will follow the webinar.
Tuesday, May 30, 2023 | 2 - 2:30 p.m. ET
The second of this members-only four-part series of webinars will share helpful information to build and execute effective DEI strategies and promote an equitable and diverse workforce in the broadcasting industry that is reflective of today's world. In this second webinar, Sacha Thompson, founder of The Equity Equation, LLC, will walk through the four Stages of Psychological Safety and position leaders to understand how psychological safety impacts inclusion efforts. Broadcasters will walk away with tangible ways to increase psychological safety and will learn tactics that can be implemented immediately.
Tuesday, February 7, 2023 | Now Available On-Demand
This members-only four-part series of webinars will share helpful information to build and execute effective DEI strategies and promote an equitable and diverse workforce in the broadcasting industry that is reflective of today's world. The first part features Jessica Miller-Merrell, founder of Workology, a workplace resource for HR, recruiting professionals and business leaders. She will share timely advice broadcasters can immediately apply to their business strategy and offer tips for managing differences and creating an environment where employees of any generation can thrive.
Wednesday, February 1, 2023 | Now Available On-Demand
Talent acquisition is essential to the continued success of any business but particularly broadcasting. The ever-evolving media landscape means leaning on traditional recruitment strategies will invariably put your stations at a disadvantage. In this modern recruitment deep dive exclusively for NAB members, you’ll learn what cutting-edge television and radio companies are doing to seek out and attract new sales and programming talent, what recent media school graduates expect out of employers and how other industries are tackling recruitment across the country. Then, you’ll have a chance to virtually brainstorm recruitment ideas with your colleagues in breakout discussions led by our panel.
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