Join us on Tuesday, March 16 at 1PM (ET) for a virtual panel discussion featuring engineers involved with the transition, as well as experts guiding the ATSC 3.0 transition around the country. The panelists will share their experiences with transition and provide an update on the non-linear opportunities that ATSC 3.0 provides for local television stations.
Nexstar Inc. To Host Exclusive Live Multi-Market Virtual Town Hall with Indiana Congressional Delegation on Wednesday, March 10 at 7 P.M. ET
INDIANAPOLIS, IN and IRVING, TX (March 4, 2021) – Nexstar Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Nexstar Media Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: NXST), announced today that its television stations serving central Indiana will host an exclusive live virtual Town Hall meeting, “IN...
Live Tornado Warning Set for Tuesday, March 16th at 10:15AM ET Carmel, Ind – March 3, 2021 – Indiana Severe Weather Preparedness Week will run during the third full week of March. The Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA) in cooperation with the National Weather...
Even in this most unusual time, the FCC has continued to enforce its EEO rules, reviewing a station’s compliance both in connection with its license renewal and through periodic audits. Stations still need to engage in wide dissemination of information about job...
During the 2018 IBA Spring Career Fair, Skylar Sigman spent time with what is now Iron Horse Broadcasting in Logansport and ultimately secured a job in play-by-play and sales. Skylar has been with the company for almost three years and talks with IBA Director of Member Services Sam Klemet about the career fair experience, advice for those interviewing at the virtual fair this week, and how he made the leap from student to professional.
The Indiana Broadcasters Association is hosting its next career fair on February 25th and 26th. WRTV anchor and journalist Nicole Griffin sits down with IBA Director of Member Services Sam Klemet on advice that she has for those looking to make their next step in broadcasting.
The Indiana Broadcasters Foundation will, again, award $50,000 in scholarships to deserving college students. Providing support for future broadcasters wouldn’t be possible without the contributions of our Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA) members. Stations have...
The Indiana Broadcasters Association is, again, offering readiness training for Active Shooter Response. The program is conducted by Sgt. Ian O’Shields, a Community Outreach and Crime Prevention Specialist with the Lafayette Police Department. He will serve as the resource officer for the program. The program is a benefit of membership to the IBA and is free to member stations. Sgt. O’Shields discussed what stations can expect from a site assessment with IBA Executive Director Dave Arland.
The IBA is hosting its next career fair on February 25th and 26th virtually via zoom. More than 90-stations will be represented and students can schedule interviews now. WTTS/WGCL Radio General Manager Brad Holtz sits down with IBA Director of Member Services Sam Klemet to talk about what makes an applicant stand out, what jobs are in high-demand, and why the IBA Career Fair is such an important opportunity for someone trying to get their foot in the door in the industry.
Broadcasters and Hoosiers across the state are mourning the loss of two legendary voices. Journalist Jill Ditmire, 56, passed away after a long career in both TV and Radio. The IBA also is remembering the life and career of former Association president David Bailey, 76.
Before Esther Bower was a journalist at KXLY 920 News Now in Spokane, she was a student at Ball State University and a two-time recipient of the Indiana Broadcasters Foundation Scholarship. IBA Director of Member Services Sam Klemet spoke to Esther about the impact the scholarship had on jump starting her career, what she is doing now, and advice to students looking to break into the industry.
On February 10, Laurie Kahn Creator and President of Media Staffing Network,Inc. is conducting a special session for students looking to get their foot in the door of the broadcasting industry. The one-hour discussion will focus on what students can do to best position themselves for their first job and how they can stand out when interviewing.