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The 30th Annual Indiana Broadcasters Association Spectrum Awards will be held at lunch on Friday, November 3rd at the 502 East Event Centre in Carmel. The Spectrum Awards lunch is part of the full-day Indiana Broadcasters Conference and is included as a part of the $40 admission. We invite your entire staff to join us … ContinuedRead More
On-Air, Management, Engineer, and Sales Talent to Speak to Students during Oct. 7th Career Fair Panel
Broadcasters representing the on-air, sales, management, and engineer sides of the industry will speak to students about their careers October 7th during the IBA Career Fair Panel. The panel discussion will begin at 10 a.m. and be followed by the career fair which will run from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the 502 East … ContinuedRead More
For the past three weeks, the Indiana Broadcasters Association celebrated the impactful community service of more than 100 IBA member stations. Nine events were held in each of the state’s congressional districts as broadcasters and their community organizations partners shared stories of how they work to improve the communities they serve. Relive the excitement … ContinuedRead More
Indiana television and radio stations employ more than 48,000 Hoosiers and stations across the state have the opportunity to help launch careers of a new generation of broadcasters. Date, Time, and Location The Indiana Broadcasters Association is hosting its annual Fall Career Fair on Saturday, October 7, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at … ContinuedRead More
The Indiana Broadcasters Conference will bring together broadcasters of all types from across the state. There will be sessions for engineers, sales staff, on-air talent, management, and students. During lunch, the IBA will recognize the Best in Broadcasting over the past year during the Spectrum Awards and induct the newest class into the Indiana Broadcast … ContinuedRead More
Learn more about the Indiana Broadcast Pioneers. Organized in 1979, it is dedicated to offering opportunities for fellowship, education, public service, and the preservation of broadcast history. Ongoing projects include a quarterly newsletter, this website, the Richard M. Fairbanks Indiana Broadcast Hall of Fame, an exhibit at the Indiana State Museum, and occasional public programs featuring retired broadcasters.