Hallelujah! Majority of House of Representatives Backs Local Radio Freedom Act Including All Nine Indiana House Members

All nine Indiana members of the United States House of Representatives have signed the Local Radio Freedom Act (LRFA) opposing “any new performance fee, tax, royalty, or other charge” on local broadcast radio stations. “This isn’t something that happens automatically,” said IBA Executive Director Dave Arland.  “The support of the Local Radio Freedom Act requires careful … Continued

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New PEP Campaign to Combat Opioid Crisis in Indiana; TV and Radio Spots to Begin Airing Immediately

The Indiana Broadcasters Association is partnering with the Indiana Drug Enforcement Association to tackle the opioid epidemic that is impacting too many Hoosier families. The IDEA has new :30 TV and radio commercials focused on the dangers of opioids that should begin airing on stations immediately as a part of the IBA’s Public Education Program … Continued

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New Member Benefit: IBA to Offer NextRadio TagStation Subscription

The Indiana Broadcasters Association wants to help your stations add NextRadio functionality and will fund one year of NextRadio’s TagStation basic licensing costs – a $120 expense that will help you add listeners and analytics for advertisers.  All you need to do is attend a briefing about NextRadio and come prepared to sign up for the … Continued

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Television: The Next Generation

Last Thursday may go down in the history books as another milestone in TV history – just like the December 1953 vote at the FCC that authorized black-and-white compatible color television or the Christmas Eve 1996 FCC action that blessed the first-generation of ATSC as America’s digital TV standard.  Over 20 years ago, few could … Continued

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Protect Your Station from Zombies: The Importance of Cyber Security

Stations across the state and country have experienced serious issues after their systems were compromised. Richmond’s Whitewater Broadcasting had a secure system until a power outage opened the door for hackers to mess with their EAS System. That window resulted in, well, zombies.

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IBA Presents First “Saved My Bacon” Awards for Outstanding Work by Engineers

Engineers are the backbone of all broadcast stations which is why during the Indiana Broadcasters Conference, the IBA honored engineers who have gone above and beyond their call of duty with the first “Saved My Bacon” awards sponsored by the Indiana Pork Producers. Nine engineers were recognize for their outstanding work and each received a … Continued

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Broadcast Excellence Celebrated at 30th Annual Spectrum Awards

Excellence in broadcasting throughout the past year was celebrated on Friday during the 30th annual Spectrum Awards. WTHR in Indianapolis was named Station of the Year in Television Market 1, WPTA in Fort Wayne won Station of the Year in Television Market 2, WQHK received Station of the Year in Radio Market 1 and WQLK earned … Continued

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FCC Multi-lingual EAS Survey

The FCC is assessing the English and multi-lingual alerting capabilities of EAS participants and is requiring state authorities to collect the information requested in the survey below. Indiana’s IPAWS (Integrated Public Alert and Warning System) Committee appreciates your prompt response so we can tabulate the data and meet the FCC’s deadline. Please have your responses … Continued

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ATSC 3.0 Panel to Address NextGen TV Challenges at Indiana Broadcasters Conference

A panel of national experts is coming to the Indiana Broadcasters Conference to address the upcoming transition to ATSC 3.0 television broadcasting, with the FCC expected to rule soon on how broadcasters might voluntarily move to the NextGen TV system. Conference sponsor GatesAir is sending Market and Product Development manager Joe Seccia to explain the … Continued

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Indiana Broadcasters Association Annual Member Meeting

Indiana Broadcasters Association Annual Member Meeting Board of Directors November Meeting Indiana Broadcasters Foundation Annual Meeting  Thursday, November 2, 2017 Beginning at 12:00 Noon 502 East Event Centre Carmel, Indiana Members who plan to attend should respond to: [email protected]

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Steve Bell to Receive Indiana Broadcasters Association Lifetime Achievement Award

Former ABC News reporter and anchor and Ball Endowed Chair Emeritus in Telecommunications at Ball State University, Steve Bell, will receive the 2017 Indiana Broadcasters Association Lifetime Achievement Award. The award will be presented to Bell at the Indiana Broadcasters Conference on Friday, November 3rd in Carmel. During Bell’s more than 30 year career on network … Continued

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Former IBA President Dr. Joe Misiewicz to Receive Tom Severino Leadership Award

Professor Emeritus of Ball State University and former IBA President Dr. Joe Misiewicz will be presented with the 2017 Tom Severino Leadership Award at the Friday, November 3rd Indiana Broadcasters Conference. The Tom Severino Leadership Award was established by the IBA Board in 2009 in memory of Tom Severino, an executive with Emmis in Indianapolis who during his … Continued

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NAB Chief Gordon Smith to Speak at Indiana Broadcasters Conference

We are pleased to announce that NAB President & CEO Gordon Smith will speak at the Opening Session of the 2017 Indiana Broadcasters Conference on November 3, to share his perspective on Washington issues from the spectrum repack to preserving business deductions for broadcast advertising. Senator Smith joined the NAB as president and CEO in … Continued

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Indiana National Guard Returning as IBA PEP Sponsor

The Indiana Broadcasters Association is pleased to announce that the Indiana National Guard will be returning to the airwaves on November 1 as one of the sponsors of our Public Education Program. As many IBA members will remember, a long relationship with the National Guard provided most of the funding for the association’s activities for … Continued

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IBA Conference Speaker Speed Marriott

P1 Learning’s Speed Marriott will host two sessions at the 2017 Indiana Broadcasters Conference: 2020 Vision: The New ‘Roaring 20s’ and Embracing Digital Sales.  Read about both sessions and more about Speed Marriott here.

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2017 Spectrum Awards Finalists

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 … Continued

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 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 … Continued

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Relive the Cardinal Community Service Awards

  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 … Continued

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IBA PEP Spot Update: New Creative for IHCDA, IURC to Start Airing Sept. 1st

The Indiana Broadcasters Association Public Education Program (PEP) has two active sponsors – the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) and the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC). There is new radio and TV creative for the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority.  The spots called “Where It Started” should begin airing on Friday, September … Continued

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The Unexpected Broadcaster: Get to Know Radio One’s Deon Levingston

Deon Levingston never really thought broadcasting was in the cards for him. At Howard University, Levingston studied legal communications and planned to become a communications lawyer.  So, how did he end up as the Regional Vice President for Radio One? “It’s a crazy, long story,” he said. Deon’s best friend in college was a broadcast … Continued

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Committed to Local: Get to Know WITZ AM/FM and WQKZ FM’s Gene Kuntz

  Gene Kuntz, current general manager of WITZ FM, WQKZ FM and WITZ AM , has a love of radio that start years before he got his first job in the business. In high school, Gene said he listened to “all the great DJs” including Larry Lujack, Don Imus and John Records Landecker from WLS; … Continued

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Get to Know Sarkes Tarzian’s Geoff Vargo

Geoff Vargo’s first job broadcasting job was as a part-time DJ. Now, he is a man with many titles: Executive Vice President of Sarkes Tarzian, Inc. (ST), President Radio Group, President and General Manager of WGCL-AM and WTTS-FM and member of the Sarkes Tarzian Board of Directors. His primary responsibilities are managing the day-to-day operations … Continued

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Veteran Indiana Broadcasters Jack Rinehart, Joe McConnell, Ken Speck, and Steve Starnes to be Inducted into Indiana Broadcast Pioneers Richard M. Fairbanks Hall of Fame

Carmel, Ind. – July 31, 2017 – Four Hoosier broadcasting legends are being inducted into the Indiana Broadcast Pioneers Richard M. Fairbanks Hall of Fame this November.   The Indiana Broadcasters Association today announced the 2017 class which includes sportscaster Joe McConnell, TV reporter Jack Rinehart, radio personality Ken Speck, and TV videographer Steve Starnes. “This … Continued

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IBA Sponsors Indiana Engineers Interested in Ohio Broadcast & Multimedia Technology Conference

The Indiana Broadcasters Association is offering 30 scholarships to Hoosier broadcast engineers to attend the Ohio Broadcast & Multimedia Technology Conference, previously the Ohio Broadcast Engineering Conference, on Tuesday, September 19th at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. The full-day learning experience will feature educational tracks for radio and television broadcast engineers, a track for IT professionals, and … Continued

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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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Veteran Ft. Wayne Broadcaster Posthumously Honored

Bob Sievers of Fort Wayne’s WOWO will be inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame. Sievers worked at the station for more than 50 years including as host of the early morning “Little Red Barn” program followed by his own show which was often one of the highest rated, nationally. Sievers retired in 1987 and … Continued

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IBA Members Earn RTDNA AWARDS

The Radio Television Digital News Association recently announced its winners for 2017 and among them are two IBA member stations. WBND in South Bend won for Excellence in Video in the Small Market Television category. “Video is television’s advantage.  Video allows us to take people inside stories and to places where they don’t normally get … Continued

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IBA Members Celebrate Emmy Awards Success

Eight IBA member stations are basking in the glow of  winning regional Emmy Awards over the weekend.  The 48th annual Lower Great Lakes Emmy Awards were held Saturday and IBA member stations and their staff took home some hardware. WTHR in Indianapolis won 22 awards including “Evening Newscast,” “Breaking News,” “Spot News,” and “Overall Excellence” … Continued

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Introducing the IBA Community Service Awards

TV and radio stations across the state of Indiana are on the front lines of covering breaking news and sharing alerts, but they also provide vital information about their neighborhoods and residents that isn’t available elsewhere. Broadcasting is truly a local service, which is why the IBA is going to honor the great community work … Continued

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WPTA’s Legal Battle to use Court Audio

IBA member station WPTA in Fort Wayne is currently in a legal battle fighting to be able to use court audio in the reporting of a highly controversial court case in the area.  The IBA interviewed General Manger Merry Ewing about the matter and what other stations can learn from the situation.  Explain what spurred … Continued

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FCC Chairman Offers Refreshing Approach for Broadcasters – Dave Arland, Indiana Broadcasters Association

New FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has already proven to be a breath of fresh air for broadcasters, pushing hard to retire outdated regulations and bend an ear to the concerns of our industry. One simple change with far-reaching impact is that Pai now makes public the text of proposals and orders that the FCC will … Continued

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FCC Changes to Job Posting Rules: Q & A with IBA Washington Counsel David Oxenford

The FCC recently issued a Declaratory Ruling about how Job Openings should be posted.  What’s changing? The FCC is now permitting broadcasters (and cable companies) to meet their obligation to widely disseminate information about their job openings solely through the use of online recruitment sources.  In the past, broadcasters were fined if they did not, … Continued

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Indiana Broadcasters Association Awarding $30,000 in College Scholarships

Carmel, Ind. – April 17, 2017 – The Indiana Broadcasters Association is awarding scholarships to six college students to help them pursue degrees in the field of broadcasting.   This year, due to the generosity of TV and radio stations across the state, each winner will receive a $5,000 scholarship to help pay for their education as they study … Continued

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Meet New IBA ABIP Inspector Brian Dougherty

The IBA unexpectedly lost a dear friend and colleague, Alternative Broadcast Inspection Program (ABIP) Inspector Dale Gehman, in November.  Dale’s unfortunate passing resulted in a delay in our ABIP Inspections and a backlog for stations that hand pending inspections.  In an effort to ensure our stations are compliant, we hired Brian Dougherty from Illinois to step … Continued

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Hoosier House Members Support Local Radio Freedom

For the second consecutive year, all Indiana House Members of Congress have signed the Local Radio Freedom Act (LRFA) promising to protect the deductibility of advertising. Under the current U.S. Tax Code, advertising on local TV and radio is treated as an ordinary business expense. It is critical that this remains the status quo. If … Continued

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IU Career Fair is Tuesday; Strong Turnout at Ball State

More than 120 students attended the IBA’s career fair this past week at Ball State University and stations from across the state will meet with students from Indiana University Tuesday. The career fair will be held from 1-5 p.m. at Franklin Hall located at 107 S. Indiana Ave, Bloomington, IN 47405. The event will begin … Continued

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We Are Broadcasters: New Campaign Highlights the Reliability of Local Radio and TV

Americans turn to local TV and radio stations to provide them with the news, emergency updates, weather reports, sports and entertainment they value. Yet, the policymakers who have the ability to shape broadcasting’s future do not always understand local stations’ vital role in communities. NAB launched the We Are Broadcasters campaign in 2013 to educate … Continued

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IBA Washington Update with Dave Arland

IBA board members who represent stations in most parts of the state were proud to advocate for and represent Indiana TV and radio stations last week in Washington D.C. The group met with every Indiana Member of Congress or their staff to discuss key issues impacting broadcasting in the state including the Local Radio Freedom Act (LRFA) … Continued

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Nominations Now Being Accepted for Indiana Broadcast Pioneers Richard M. Fairbanks Hall of Fame

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 … Continued

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IBA Adds to Career Fair Panel

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 … Continued

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Important Notice from the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau

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 … Continued

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Introducing New IBA Board Member Tim Pollard

The IBA board welcomed new members last week at the January meeting including Tim Pollard. Pollard is Chair of the Department of Telecommunications at Ball State University in Muncie and joins the board as one of two educational representative.   Tim brings a unique, valuable perspective to the board and shared some of his background and expectations with the IBA. … Continued

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IBA Career Fair Tips for Students

The Indiana Broadcasters Association Career Fair offers students the opportunity to meet with stations, make connections, and develop meaningful relationships to help launch their careers. The first step is simply showing up.  Having face-to-face interactions with broadcast stations that are looking for new employees and interns already gives you an advantage over those who simply … Continued

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Applications Now Being Accepted for the IBA Scholarship

Each year, the Indiana Broadcasters Association awards college scholarships to worthy college students who are pursuing a degree in the field of broadcasting.  IBA works cooperatively with Indiana institutions that offer broadcasting programs, annually funding several scholarships that help students with education expenses. Since 2011, the IBA has awarded more than $150,000 in scholarships including … Continued

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IBA Career Fair Panel Announced

Prior to the Indiana Broadcasters Association Career Fair on February 18th, students and job seekers will have a unique opportunity to hear from some of the state’s best broadcasters during a panel discussion on “Breaking Into Broadcasting.” The panel will begin at 10 a.m. at the 502 East Event Centre in Carmel and will cover … Continued

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Susan Brooks IBA Conference Address

Congresswoman Susan Brooks (R-IN 5th District) welcomed Hoosier broadcasters to the 2016 IBA Broadcasters Conference on November 17 in Carmel.  Watch her full address on the impact broadcasters have on the state.

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A Look Ahead to 2017 with IBA Board Chair John O’Brien

Through the generosity of our members, the Public Education Program (PEP) has been revived. PEP is the primary source of funding for our association. Thank you for your continued support and commitment to this effort. We plan to be at full capacity for PEP sponsorships, later in 2017. Our annual conference, Spectrum Awards and Hall … Continued

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Gehman Familiy Asks for Hoosier Broadcaster Memories of ABIP Inspector

This is the published obituary for Dale Gehman: R. Dale Gehman, 59, of Akron, PA, went home to be with Jesus on November 22, 2016 at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Dale was the loving husband of Darlene Horst Gehman for 34 years. He was the devoted father of Mathew Dale, husband of … Continued

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Students Can Attend IBA Broadcasters Conference for Free

50 students will be chosen to attend the full-day event on November 17 and connect with broadcasters from across Indiana The Indiana Broadcasters Association is bringing together broadcasters from across the state for a full-day conference on November 17 in Carmel and because of the generosity of the Indiana Broadcast Pioneers and IBA Board of Directors, … Continued

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Dates Set Indiana Gubernatorial and U.S Senate Debates

Hoosiers have the opportunity to hear from the three candidates running for Governor of Indiana – Democrat John Gregg, Republican Eric Holcomb and Libertarian Rex Bell – during a debates leading up to the election and IBA member stations across the state are able to broadcast them.   As broadcasters, informing the public is our core mission … Continued

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Learn How to Boost Station Sales at IBA Broadcasters Conference

Paul Weyland to Share Communication Strategies to Bolster Revenue Indiana broadcast stations have the unique opportunity to learn how to improve sales and increase revenue opportunities from one of the best in the industry.  Paul Weyland, author of “To Sell the Truth,” will speak at the IBA Broadcasters Conference on Thursday, November 17 at the 502 … Continued

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Indiana Broadcasters Association to Induct Five History-Making Broadcasters into Richard M. Fairbanks Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame Ceremony Recognition Planned for November 17 Carmel, Ind. –  September 14, 2016 – The Indiana Broadcasters Association, representing more than 300 television and radio stations in the state, will induct five new members into its Richard M. Fairbanks Hall of Fame later this fall:  Brad Byrd, Tom Griswold, Bob Kevoian, Ed Roehling, … Continued

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2016 EAS Operating Handbook is in the Mail

The FCC recently revised its EAS handbook, creating one published resource for both radio and TV broadcasters.  As a service to our members, IBA is having the new book printed and distributed to stations this week. You will be receiving your station’s copy soon, and information specific to your location MUST be filled out.  By … Continued

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Register Now for November 17th Indiana Broadcasters Conference

Awards Ceremonies, Educational Opportunities Highlight the Full-Day Event The Indiana Broadcasters Association is bringing together TV and radio members from across the state for the 2016 Indiana Broadcasters Conference on Thursday, November 17, at the 502 East Event Centre in Carmel. The Spectrum Awards and Richard M. Fairbanks Hall of Fame luncheon will be part of the event, along with … Continued

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Deadline Looms for EAS Test Reporting System

Stations Required to Register by Next Friday, August 26 With a nationwide EAS test coming up on September 28, the FCC is requiring stations file registration paperwork by next Friday: Form One for the EAS Test Reporting System (ETRS) must be filed on or before August 26, 2016. Form One filings may be edited until … Continued

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IBA Spectrum Awards Returning for 2016

The Board of Directors for the Indiana Broadcasters Association is reversing a previous decision and has decided to move forward with the annual Spectrum Awards on Thursday, November 17, at the 502 East Event Centre in Carmel. The IBA board recently voted unanimously to reinstate the Awards as a benefit to member stations and to … Continued

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Compliance Insurance: An Interview with Alternative Broadcast Inspection Program (ABIP) inspector Dale Gehman

In collaboration with the FCC, the IBA offers the Alternative Broadcast Inspection Program (ABIP) to ensure compliance with federal regulations and to avoid surprise inspections. Stations that pass the inspection receive a three-year Certification of Compliance, and all participants receive an FCC compliance checklist and an Emergency Alert System manual. ABIP certifications are conducted by … Continued

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Make an Impact: An IBA Career Fair Success Story

The Indiana Broadcasters Association is proud to connect future broadcasters with opportunities to begin or jump start their careers, including through our career fairs. The IBA hosts two each year, once in the spring and once in the fall, as well as serving as a participant of the Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration Opportunity Fair. The next … Continued

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Local Area EAS Region Map

To download the map, click below. BLOOMINGTON EAS Region Bartholomew Brown Decatur Jackson Lawrence Monroe CENTRAL EAS Region Boone Delaware Hamilton Hancock Hendricks Henry Johnson Madison Marion Morgan Rush Shelby Tipton EVANSVILLE EAS Region Perry Posey Spencer Vanderburgh Warrick  LAFAYETTE EAS Region Benton Carroll Cass Clinton Fountain Howard Montgomery Tippecanoe Warren White NORTHEAST EAS Region … Continued

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We Are Broadcasters

The Indiana Broadcasters Association is a proud partner of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), the premier advocacy association for America’s broadcasters. NAB advances radio and television interests in legislative, regulatory and public affairs. Through advocacy, education and innovation, NAB enables broadcasters to best serve their communities, strengthen their businesses and seize new opportunities in the … Continued

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New FCC Requirements May Require EAS Upgrades at IBA Member Stations

EAS Rules Take Effect in July New EAS rules and guidelines adopted by the Federal Communications Commission become effective on July 30.  Your station could be affected, if you are using outdated EAS equipment. Unfortunately, many of the original 1996 vintage EAS Decoders/Encoders must now be replaced as they cannot be upgraded to accomplish both … Continued

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IBA Connects Job Seekers with Member Stations at Spring Career Fair

More than 70 Indiana TV and radio stations were represented, Saturday, April 30, at the annual IBA Spring Career Fair at the Marriott Indianapolis North Hotel.  More than 60 applicants – a mix of college students and those looking to get back into the business – met with stations from all parts of the state. … Continued

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Indiana Broadcasters Association Awards $11,000 in College Scholarships

Carmel, IN – April 26, 2016 – The Indiana Broadcasters Association is awarding scholarships to six college students to help them pursue degrees in the field of broadcasting. This year, five $2,000 scholarships are being awarded to the following students to help pay for their education as they study the art of broadcasting. Name   … Continued

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U.S. Senate candidates agree to televised debate April 18

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Debate Commission will conduct a televised Republican primary debate between U.S. Senate candidates Marlin Stutzman and Todd Young on April 18.  An agreement with the candidates was reached Friday.  The one-hour debate will be broadcast from a studio at public television station WFYI in Indianapolis beginning at 7 p.m. EDT. A … Continued

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Nominations Open for 2016 Hall of Fame

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2016 class to be named to the Richard M. Fairbanks Indiana Broadcast Hall of Fame.  Since 1981, more than 160 people have been named to the Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who have made a significant contribution to broadcasting in Indiana. “The many icons and familiar voices … Continued

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Indiana Broadcasters Applaud Compromise on Government Video Bill

Indianapolis – March 11, 2016 – The Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA) today is encouraging Indiana Governor Mike Pence to sign House Bill 1019, new legislation that establishes a process for release of government video recorded by police dashcams and body cameras. “We commend the Indiana Legislature for listening to their constituents on this important public … Continued

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Secret Police Recordings Kept Under Wraps with Proposed Indiana Law

Indianapolis, IN – January 18, 2016 – A proposal to clamp down on publicly recorded government videos is headed to a vote at the Indiana House of Representatives, in a move that could keep all public video recordings secret.  Indiana House Bill 1019, which sailed through a House committee with a unanimously favorable vote, “restricts public … Continued

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Dave Arland Named Executive Director of the Indiana Broadcasters Association

Indianapolis – December 22, 2015 – Broadcasting and electronics industry veteran Dave Arland will become Executive Director of the Indiana Broadcasters Association in January, with the decision by the IBA’s board of directors to select Carmel-based Arland Communications as the organization’s association management firm. “Our state’s broadcasters provide an invaluable service to listeners and viewers … Continued

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