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The Indiana Broadcast Pioneers Richard M. Fairbanks Hall of Fame honors the history of broadcasting by recognizing individuals who have made outstanding achievements in the broadcasting industry over their careers. Candidates may include Indiana broadcasters or those born in Indiana who have marked achievements in the industry. Nominations can be submitted by current broadcasters, a … ContinuedRead More
The IBA is excited to announce a new panelist who will share her thoughts and tips for breaking into the broadcast industry prior to the February 18th career fair at the 502 East Event Centre in Carmel. Marnie Nowicki-Eaton is the Local Sales Manager for Fort Wayne’s NBC station. With more than 20 years of experience, Nowicki-Eaton … ContinuedRead More
The IBA has been asked by the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau to notify you of the following information relating to unauthorized persons illegally gaining access to certain audio streaming devices used by broadcasters. The notice below also contains recommended steps to prevent remote access from other than authorized devices. IMPORTANT SECURITY-RELATED NOTICE FROM THE FIELD … ContinuedRead More
IBA members enjoy access to association-sponsored electronic training from P1 Learning, including sessions for all kinds of station personnel. Now we’re bringing P1 found Speed Marriott to Indiana for a special half-day, FREE sales training session — with half-day events in South Bend, Bloomington, and Lafayette at the end of March. P1 Learning is an … 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 a Career Fair on the campus of Indiana University on Tuesday, March 28 from 1 p.m. to … 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.