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Broadcasters mourn loss of Boles

Broadcast friends and family are mourning the loss of KLTV-TV / KTRE-TV longtime News Director Kenny Boles.

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TBEF opens scholarship application window

The Texas Broadcast Education Foundation is now accepting applications for nearly $30,000 in scholarship funds.

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Nominations open for Bonner McLane Awards

The awards recognize Television and Radio stations’ outstanding contributions and service to their local communities - including news coverage.

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TAB offers vast resources for 2018 political season

With the political window for the March 6 primary election opening Jan. 20, member stations should be sure to take advantage of all the resources TAB provides for campaign season advertising, including required disclosure forms, legal guidance and LUR calendars.

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Broadcasters mourn loss of Perryman

Pioneer Texas Broadcaster Tom Perryman passed away on Thursday, Jan. 11. He was 90.

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Cox Houston raises $420K+ for Texas Children’s Hospital

Cox Media Group Houston stations raised $420,375 during the 14th annual Radiothon from December 1 through 31, 2017

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Raycom Station Spreads Christmas Cheer to Those in Need

Raycom Media TV station KLTV, the ABC affiliate in Tyler-Longview led a community effort to help children, seniors and families during the holidays with gifts through the Salvation Army.

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Texas Broadcast Calendar now available

The 2018 Texas Broadcast Calendar is now available!

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TAB2017 photos now available

Photos from this month’s TAB Convention & Trade Show are now available online.

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TAB members elect four new directors, re-elect three

Four new directors were elected to the TAB Board and three more were re-elected upon the conclusion of a 60-day process in which all members were asked to select their representatives to the 37 member panel on which seats are allocated based on market size and medium. Election results were announced at the Annual Business Meeting on Aug. 10 during TAB’s Annual Convention.

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TAB salutes five exceptional broadcasters

Texas Broadcasters honored five exceptional industry leaders at TAB’s Annual Awards Gala.

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Mayes makes historic gift to scholarship foundation

A lifelong learner who secured advanced degrees in his 70’s and 80s, Wendell Mayes Jr. has witnessed first-hand the soaring, punishing costs of higher education.

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Last call for Radio’s online public file FCC deadline

Full-power Radio stations in markets 51+ have until March 1st to migrate their public files online, per FCC mandate. TAB member stations have access to a full suite of resources to help complete the process, including a step by step webinar with our DC legal counsel, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, but a station that waits any longer to start will find that only time can help them. That’s something TAB cannot provide.

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Biennial Ownership Report Due March 2nd

TAB has received the question multiple times in the past few months – when is the Biennial Ownership Report due?

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Broadcasters mourn loss of Ray Moran

Pioneer Texas broadcaster Ray Moran passed away on February 11. He was 82.

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Nominations Open for TAB’S Leadership, Public Service Awards

TAB is now accepting nominations for Texas broadcasting’s highest honors, including Pioneer and Broadcaster of the Year, the George Marti Award for Engineering Excellence and Bonner McLane Public Service Awards for Radio and TV stations in small, medium and large markets.

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FCC issues significant Quarterly Issues Programs list fines

The FCC’s recent fining of five Cumulus-owned radios stations elsewhere in the U.S. should serve as a warning to broadcasters that the FCC is serious about Quarterly Issues Programs lists.

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