FCC Post-Filing Announcements

Make your Post-Filing Announcements on the 1st and 16th of October, and the 1st and 16th of November, and December. 
Although the Commission has recently changed the Post-Filing announcement script and online posting and publication requirements,

Local High School Sports Play-By-Play Broadcasting

The changing dynamics of high school sports have created threats and opportunities for broadcasters particularly with small market radio.
The pandemic has accelerated the need for broadcasters to respond now.

Lessons from Ferguson

As we watch all of the protests, looting, and destruction of property across our country following the death of George Floyd,

MBA Idea Xchange Facebook Group

MBA Stations,
It goes without saying that you are not alone in this time of crisis.  All radio and television stations are having to adjust and make hard decisions.

Broadcasters Foundation of America

During this trying economic times, we wanted to remind our members about the Broadcasters Foundation of America. Their mission, from their website:
The mission of the Broadcasters Foundation of America is to improve the quality of life and maintain the personal dignity of men and women in the radio and television broadcast profession who find themselves in acute financial need due to a critical illness,

Political Windows

In Missouri, the office of the Secretary of State posts all election dates. Use the descriptions below to determine political windows requiring stations apply their lowest unit rate to candidates.

MBA Announces 2020 Hall of Fame Inductees

Jefferson City, Missouri, January 22, 2020 – Broadcasters Don Hicks, Betsey Bruce and Jim Bohannon will be inducted into the Missouri Broadcasters Association’s Hall of Fame on Saturday,

A 2019 Wrap Up and Looking Ahead

As 2019 wraps up and we all begin looking ahead to the new decade, we want to reflect on some of the amazing things that happened in the Missouri broadcast industry.

MBEA/MBA Career Fair Success!

Every year there is some big pronouncement about the future of communication. Print is dead, video content is king. Broadcasting is on its way out,