The National Association of Broadcasters is the voice for the nation’s radio and television broadcasters. As the premier trade association for broadcasters, NAB advances the interests of our members in federal government, industry and public affairs; improves the quality and profitability of broadcasting; encourages content and technology innovation; and spotlights the important and unique ways stations serve their communities.

The voice for the Nation’s Radio and Television Broadcasters

As your local television and radio stations, broadcasters inform communities, help neighbors in need, provide a lifeline during emergencies and report the facts you need to know. Broadcasters also deliver your favorite music on the radio and the shows you love to watch on TV.


  • Brett Goldstein to Discuss Creative Process Behind Award-Winning Content on NAB Show Main Stage

    Washington, D.C. -- Award-winning actor, writer and producer Brett Goldstein will take NAB Show into his process in creating compelling content that resonates with audiences and that has made him one of Hollywood's most sought-after multihyphenates in a fireside chat on April 17 at 4:00 p.m. on the Main Stage of the 2023 NAB Show in Las Vegas, Nev.

  • NAB Launches New “We Are Broadcasters” Ad Campaign

    The National Association of Broadcasters today announced the launch of new spots focused on the enduring value of local broadcasting and the commitment of TV and radio stations across the country to deliver trusted information in convenient, modern and familiar ways.

  • 2023 NAB Show Leads Guided Exploration of Future Evolution of the Internet

    Washington, D.C. -- The 2023 NAB Show will lead a collaborative, immersive and interactive exploration of the transformative impact Web3 and other internet advances are having on the media and entertainment industry on April 15-19 at the Last Vegas Convention Center. Educational programming, hands-on demonstrations, special events, networking sessions and dozens of exhibitors on the show floor will explore the next generation of the internet and its potential to unlock new opportunities in the content lifecycle.

  • NAB Show Main Stage Session Uncovers 'How to Win an Oscar' with a Fully Remote Creative Team

    Washington, D.C. -- The 2023 NAB Show will host an intimate conversation with the creative team behind the Academy Award-winning animated short film, "The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse," on Sunday, April 16 at 2:00 p.m. on the Main Stage, open to all attendees. "How to Win an Oscar With a Fully Remote Creative Team" will feature visual artists for the production, which first aired in December 2022, on the BBC, to more than seven million live viewers.

  • CineCentral to Spotlight Emerging Cinematic Trends and Techniques at 2023 NAB Show

    Washington, D.C. -- The new CineCentral destination at the 2023 NAB Show gives attendees an opportunity to learn side-by-side with Hollywood's award-winning production professionals and gain skills with hands-on training inspired by NAB’s Cine Consortium. CineCentral is located in Central Hall (C7345) and adjacent to the Create Experiential Zone featuring sessions on Cine+Live, the burgeoning live production style where cinematic tools and storytelling is integrated into live entertainment. Additional workshops will be presented by American Cinema Editors, American Society of Cinematographers, International Cinematographers Guild/Local 600 and The Society of Camera Operators.

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