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IBA to Recognize Stations for Their Local Impact

The Indiana Broadcasters Association is recognizing TV and radio stations with IBA Cardinal Community Service Awards for the impactful work done in their local communities. Stations will be honored during luncheon recognition events in the all nine of the stations Congressional Districts in August.  All luncheons begin at 12noon and last until 2 P.M. local time. Register for the … Continued

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Cardinal Community Service Awards Registration

The IBA is recognizing the outstanding work our member TV and radio stations do in the community. We invite a representative from your station and also a representative from the community organization you have helped to attend the free awards luncheons in your station’s district.   If you have multiple campaigns in the same district, please fill … Continued

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Enter the 30th Annual Spectrum Awards: Awards to Recognize the Best in Indiana TV and Radio

The Indiana Broadcasters Association will recognize outstanding achievement in broadcasting by Indiana radio and television stations over the past year during the 30th Annual Spectrum Awards on Friday, November 3, at the 502 East Event Centre in Carmel, Ind. Each entry is $30 and individual stations may submit up to five entries per category. Submissions must be received by … Continued

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Aug 14

IBA Community Service Awards

Monday, August 14, 2017

Whether it’s covering breaking news, providing high-quality entertainment, or serving as the primary source of local information, broadcast stations in Indiana are the voice of Hoosier communities. Which is why the Indiana Broadcasters Association is proud to announce a new awards program recognizing TV and radio stations that are making a difference in their communities.  … Continued

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