NAB Awards Research Grants
April 10, 2007 at 10:19 AM (PT)
The NAB has awarded eight research grants to academic scholars as part of its annual "Grants for Research in Broadcasting" program. Each year the program attracts research proposals from broadcast scholars throughout the country. Through the program, first initiated in 1967, NAB has awarded more than 300 research grants amounting to nearly $1 million in support of academic studies.
"We received many outstanding proposals again this year, with many studies focused on topic areas that are directly related to the ongoing evolution of the broadcast industry," said NAB VP/Research and Planning DAVID GUNZERATH. "We fully expect that broadcasters will benefit greatly from this research on subjects that are so crucial to their current and future businesses."
Details about the research grants program are available on the NAB Web site when you click here.