Indiana Broadcasters played a key role in the ultimate decision by the FCC to roll back regulatory fees for broadcasters, following objections raised by the National Alliance of State Broadcasters Associations – which is led by Indiana’s own Dave Arland. The National...
Indiana broadcasters have done incredible work over the past year and the IBA will, again, recognize the Best in Broadcasting during the 2021 Spectrum Awards. New this year are categories recognizing outstanding broadcasting related to the 2020 election and COVID-19. This year’s finalists are announced below. The IBA will announce the winners October 27 at the annual Indiana Broadcasters Conference at the 502 East Event Centre in Carmel.
As high school sports begin this Fall, the Indiana Broadcasters Association has put together a list of Best Practices for broadcasters to help provide the best coverage of their local teams. With input from broadcasters across the state, the IBA has nine points of emphasis for the 2021 school year.
The Indiana Broadcasters Association is proud to have the bipartisan support of Hoosier members of Congress who have signed on as co-sponsors of the Local Radio Freedom Act (LRFA) ensure no performance tax to keep local radio strong in their local communities.
The Indiana Broadcasters Association is sending Hoosier broadcasters to Las Vegas in October for the Sales and Management Television Exchange, NAB Show, and Radio Show. The IBA will awarded ten, $2,000 grants to stations to send their staff to the conferences. Fill out the application below by Friday, August 6th.
Six Hoosier Broadcasting Icons Named to 2021 Indiana Broadcast Pioneers Richard M. Fairbanks Hall of Fame Class
Carmel, Ind. – July 8, 2021 – Six Hoosier broadcasters will be inducted into the Indiana Broadcast Pioneers Richard M. Fairbanks Hall of Fame this October. The Indiana Broadcasters Association today announced the 2021 Hall of Fame class Indiana radio host and...
The Indiana Broadcasters Association and IHSAA are hosting a session on Thursday, July 15th at 2PM ET to help stations better understand the process of streaming games.
As part of the federal CARES Act, broadcasters are eligible for Employee Retention Tax Credits for payroll expenses not covered already by a Payroll Protection Program (PPP) loan. The additional assistance is the result of efforts by the National Association of Broadcasters and IBA to help stations whose businesses were severely impacted by the pandemic.
You’re invited to “Breaking Out for a Beautiful Rest of the Year!” with your Indiana Broadcasters Association and Mark Levy. For many of us, 2020 seemed like a year that we were “trapped” inside an awfully ugly cocoon of well, ugliness! So I hope you join your Indiana Broadcasters Association and yours truly as we “Break Out” to make this a beautiful rest of the year! That’s pretty bold talk, so you’ll have to attend to see if I can back it up: June 29th in Ft. Wayne and June 30th in Bloomington.
The Indiana Broadcasters Association is celebrating diversity in our industry with a series of panel conversations throughout the month of June. The four-part series aims to address issues and provide solutions to make broadcasting in Indiana more inclusive.
Engineers are the foundation of any broadcasting station. Their ability to respond ensures stations stay on the air and connected to the communities they serve. The Indiana Broadcasters Association Engineering Internship Program provides college students the opportunity to learn more about broadcast engineering through a 14-week (length can vary from 12-16 weeks) paid program with stations across the state.
Indiana broadcasters have done incredible work over the past year and the IBA will, again, recognize the Best in Broadcasting during the 2021...