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In our continuing effort to keep you competitive and successful in spite of the COVID-19 challenges, we have arranged for a very informative one-hour webinar this Thursday, May 14, at 2:00 pm. There is no charge for OAB members, and no need to register. Just join the meeting via Zoom on Thursday. The information for logging in…Read More
The National Association of Broadcasters has advised that FEMA is sending face masks to state broadcasters associations to be distributed to all radio and television stations. This is part of FEMA’s effort to supply all essential communications workers with reusable cotton masks. If you are interested in receiving face masks for your employees, please fill…Read More
FCC Issues for Broadcasters During the Pandemic Tuesday, April 21 | 2 PM EDT While the FCC building is virtually empty, the Commission continues to operate during the pandemic. In fact, it has issued a number of rulings designed to help broadcasters during the current crisis while continuing to churn out its routine work. On…Read More
If you weren’t able to join our recent excellent webinars, don’t worry; they are all still available for OAB members. 1. For the Sales Webinar from LocalBroadcastSales.com: Go to www.localbroadcastsales.com and you’ll see the webinar. Also, check out these other very popular sessions from LBS: How to Work From Your Home and What’s Your COVID-19 Strategy? 2. For the Leadership Webinar from Revenue Development Resources: For the webinar…Read More
On Thursday, April 2nd, the OAB will host a brief webinar with Washington counsel David Oxenford to discuss the things you need to know about the FCC during the pandemic. Five questions to be answered include: Can I still contact the FCC if I need to? How does the pandemic affect FCC filing deadlines and…Read More
As you know, Governor Stitt announced “safer at home” restrictions yesterday on essential and non-essential businesses in 19 Oklahoma counties. He referenced “federal guidelines” which are from the Department of Homeland Security under the Critical Infrastructure Security Act. Fortunately, communications companies are included as essential businesses, and specifically broadcasters and media services. Click this link:…Read More
April 2-3, 2020--Annual OAB Convention, River Spirit Casino and Resort, Tulsa. **CANCELLED**
March 25-26, 2021--Annual OAB Convention, River Spirit Casino and Resort, Tulsa.
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by Vance Harrison
2019 OAB Annual Convention Overview Thursday-Friday, April 4-5 at the Skirvin Hotel in Oklahoma City. 1. Attendance was 711 different…Read More
Why Local Broadcasting Is Still the Most Dominant Medium By Will Payne, OAB Chairman, Payne Radio Group As Broadcasters…Read More
Vance Harrison has been President of the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters since 2007. He has been in the broadcasting business since 1978.