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Broadcasters input sought in National Weather Service survey of warnings, watches and advisories

Broadcasters are being asked for their feedback to help the National Weather Service improve NWS hazard messages. “As part of its Hazard Simplification Project, the NWS is conducting a survey that is gauging how decision-makers use NWS watches, warnings and advisories,” said Paul Yura, chief of the NWS in Texas.

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Grammy group mounts grassroots effort to pass Performance Tax

The Recording Academy, which presents the Grammy Awards, is mounting an election-season effort to gain congressional support for enacting a Performance Tax on radio stations as proposed by Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-New York, in his HR 1733.

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Statewide poll finds 78% of Texans Characterize Student Loan Debt as “Major Problem”

Texans remain deeply concerned about student loan debt and college costs according to a new statewide survey released today.

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TAB Awards Gala video now available

Video of TAB's Annual Awards Gala is now available!

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TAB2016 Photos Now Available

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

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TAB members elect five new directors, re-elect six

Five new directors were elected to the TAB Board and six more were re-elected at the end of a 60 day process in which all members were asked to select their representatives to the 37 member panel wherein seats are allocated to market size and medium.

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Texas Broadcast Museum now open in Kilgore

The new Texas Broadcast Museum is now open in Kilgore! The museum spotlights the people and equipment of broadcastings'…

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TAB salutes Bonner McLane Award winners

TAB recently honored the outstanding public service contributions of six Texas radio and television stations.

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Unauthorized use of photo lawsuits on the rise – station social media now targeted

Broadcasters take note – a recent string of lawsuits involving the use of photographs on station social media points out a serious concern for stations, going beyond copyright issues arising from using unauthorized photos on station websites.

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TAB primes 2017 legislative agenda

Texas broadcasters, mark your calendars to be in Austin on Tuesday, Jan. 24, for TAB’s biennial Legislative Day Conference. The event sets the stage for advancing TAB’s legislative agenda safeguarding broadcast journalists, fending off onerous advertising restrictions and protecting the extensive, hard-won tax policies and newsroom protections key to stations’ ability to inform, entertain and protect local communities.

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2016 Texas election cycle marked by limited advertising but record voter registration

There are just 20 days left until the Nov. 8 general election – still plenty of time for some interesting developments in this atypical election year.

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TAB joins effort to fight new overtime rules

TAB is advancing efforts to replace the Obama Administration’s new overtime rules slated to take effect December 1 with a phased-in approach that would increase the salary threshold in four stages over five years.

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TAB Newsroom Workshop details

We look forward to seeing you at this Saturday’s Southwest Broadcast Newsroom Workshop, 8:30 am - 5 pm at the Norris Conference Center, 304 Houston Street in Fort Worth. All of the newsroom workshop sessions take place on the second floor at the Norris Conference Center.

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