Guy David Joins The KYGO Morning Show

Bonneville International’s 98.5 KYGO Denver/Boulder welcomes Guy David to Co-Host mornings with Tracy Dixon 5am-9am.  “I am beyond excited to work with Tracy,” David said. “It’s an absolute honor to be at KYGO and Bonneville. I look forward to getting

Chris Lytle’s “The Year of The Sales Manager”

Chris Lytle is declaring 2017 to be The Year of the Sales Manager. Sales managers get pulled in so many directions, spending up to 90% of their time performing lower level tasks. The real job of sales management is getting salespeople

2017 Webcasting Compliance Instructions

The links below provide documents outlining the obligations for all webcasters in 2017 under the statutory license applicable to webcasting. There are three separate documents: one for Commercial Webcasters, one for Noncommercial Webcasters, and one for Noncommercial Educational Webcasters. The

Drone Journalism Lab Provides Free Operations Manual

The Drone Journalism Lab, established in 2011 by The College of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, has released an Operations Manual to give newsrooms throughout the country the foundation they may need to produce written policies

Nielsen’s “Power of Broadcast in Colorado 2017” Available for Download

PowerPoint and PDF versions of the study are available HERE. You must be a CBA member with an existing account to access the study. If you are a member and do not have an account, use the “Register” button at

Judge blocks Obama overtime rule, putting it in jeopardy

BY TIM DEVANEY AND LYDIA WHEELER, THE HILL The Labor Department’s contentious overtime rule was blocked Tuesday by a federal judge in Texas, putting one of President Obama’s top regulatory initiatives in jeopardy. In a 20-page order, Texas U.S. District Judge Amos

CBA Sports Announcer Database

Sports announcers who want to be listed in the CBA’s database can do so at no cost. Simply click here and fill out the online form. Announcers can provide a link to samples of their work as well as detailed

“Copyright Law for Broadcasters”

Now in the CBA Archive. With the advent of even more litigation of copyright claims by photographers against news broadcasters, as well as publicity claims by athletes against sports broadcasters, the legal terrain involving copyright and publicity claims against broadcasters

CBA Increases Individual Scholarship Limits

At the annual CBA planning retreat, the Board of Directors voted to increase the Broadcast Education & Development Program’s award limit.  Applicants can now apply for up to $1,000.00 toward a program of their choosing.  Station applications can now total up

WEBINAR: “When Taking Care of Business Requires Working Overtime”

Now in the CBA Archive presented by Pillsbury Law Communications and Employment practice attorneys from Pillsbury discuss what the new requirements will mean for broadcasters come December, and how these changes affect the existing exemption for certain employees at small