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Broadcasters Mourn Loss of Bev Brown

Texas broadcasters are mourning the loss of Pioneer Broadcaster Bev Brown.

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Time to Tap Congressional Relief for Small Businesses

With Congress’ adoption of pandemic relief legislation station owners and managers can now begin learning details of the provisions that most benefit broadcasters as identified by NAB. In addition, NAB has prepared these preliminary instructions for accessing the SBA forgivable loan program.

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FCC Extends Deadline for Some, but Not All, April Reports Required of Texas Broadcasters

The FCC issued a Public Notice late last week that extends the deadline for two major reports required of broadcasters, but a…

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Texas Broadcaster Pandemic Resources

TAB Outlines Emergency Resources for Station Operations - FEMA Letters, FCC Rules, PSAs, More

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TAB Associate Members Are Serving Stations Amid COVID-19

With the onslaught of COVID-19, we asked our Associate Members to share how their companies are serving customers during this difficult time.

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$29,000 Available to Texas Students

TAB's scholarship foundation now offering $29K to Texas college and university students.

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Texas Broadcasters’ Public Service Grows to Nearly $6 Billion

Despite the continuing expansion of the media marketplace, Texas’ local Radio and TV stations continue their dominance in strengthening the communities they serve by engaging listeners and viewers to support local schools, hospitals and charities.

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Texas Broadcast Calendar Now Available

The 2019 Texas Broadcast Calendar is now available!

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TAB Offers “How-To” Webinar on SBA Loan Programs

The first few days of the federal government’s financial lifeline to businesses amid the pandemic have been rocky, so TAB is offering a webinar on Thursday, April 9, to help member stations and Associate member firms gauge which program is best for them. TAB’s federal legal counsel, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, is producing the content.

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Where Does Local TV News Go From Here?

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound effect on Texas broadcast television newsrooms. It would have been unheard of to remotely and routinely produce or anchor a TV newscast from home a decade ago, yet Texas televisions stations are doing just that. Radio news staff were far better situated to work remotely and much more used to the experience.

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Major Regulatory Moves, New Emergency Resources for Stations

The FCC has waived or adjusted certain regulations to help broadcasters respond to the rapidly accelerating pandemic, as other federal agencies have begun explaining how businesses and individuals can tap some of the assistance Congress is rolling out. Additional sales and management resources are available from TAB’s general counsel, the Jackson Walker law firm, and other Associate Members.

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Texas Primary Election Runoff Postponed to July 14

Gov. Greg Abbott, citing COVID-19 mass gathering concerns, has postponed Texas primary runoff elections to Tuesday, July 14, a date he had already set for the SD 14 Texas Senate special election in the Austin area.

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Broadcaster Implications as FCC Transitions Some C-Band Spectrum to Terrestrial Wireless Service

The FCC has published an order reallocating 280 MHz C-band spectrum for terrestrial wireless service. The move would migrate…

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