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The Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters was the first of our nation’s state broadcast associations. A membership driven trade association, the PAB provides value to member stations through a variety of services.

Our goal is to ensure our communities are well served by local broadcasters through services in regulatory compliance, public policy advocacy and professional development programs.

The PAB encourages the highest standards in broadcasting and recognizes programming of excellence and achievement through our annual awards.

We welcome membership by Pennsylvania broadcast stations of all sizes and will offer valuable resources to assist member stations and the audiences in our neighborhoods.

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May 15th, 2018

An Ad Revolution

An Ad Revolution

To stop the bleed of viewers, network TV is looking to offer fewer advertiser spots. And charge more.   By Lucas Shaw and Gerry Smith BLOOMBERG NEWS   After years of jamming more advertisements into every hour of the day, TV networks say they’re adopting a new philosophy: Less is more. Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal and…

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May 10th, 2018

Doyle seeks ethics probe into FCC involvement with conservative group

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette May 8, 2018 TRACIE MAURIELLO     WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle is calling for an investigation into whether three top federal regulators violated a prohibition on political activity by executive branch employees. The three Republican members of the Federal Communications Commission attended a February conference of the Conservative Political Action Committee….

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