NAB Launches Its Own Podcast
January 26, 2016 at 8:15 AM (PT)
The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS has launched “THE NAB PODCAST,” a bi-weekly podcast on public policy issues, new technologies and business strategies for radio broadcasters. The15-minute, bi-weekly show is being distributed via iTUNES and BLOGTALKRADIO and will post every other TUESDAY beginning TODAY; episodes will be publicly available for two weeks each before going into a members-only archive.
First up: "2016 Broadcast Issues on Capitol Hill," with NAB Pres./CEO GORDON SMITH, EVP/Government Relations CURTIS LEGEYT, and EVP/Radio JOHN DAVID. The second episode, “Political Advertising: Radio’s Role and the Rule of Law,” will feature Associate General Counsel SCOTT GOODWIN and the FCC's BOBBY BAKER.
“It is our hope that ‘THE NAB PODCAST’ will serve as a resource for broadcast professionals to help them navigate an increasingly complicated radio landscape,” said NAB Pres./CEO GORDON SMITH. “The new podcast is an innovative way to reach our members and a broader audience with vital information on important issues affecting broadcasters.”