Independent Radio’s Agility Is Its Strength, Says Execs

From Radio Ink Local, independently-owned radio stations remain the lifeblood of their communities and can still be a profitable venture, but with economic turmoil, the world’s digital shift, and uncertainty ahead, broadcasters wonder how radio’s small business survives and succeeds. The Forecast 2024 session, “Main... Read More.

Music Licensing for Broadcasters Webinar

Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth's legal eagles, Karyn Ablin and Frank Montero discuss broadcasters’ financial obligations for the musical compositions and recordings they play over the air and in their webcasts and podcasts.  Learn the differences between the royalties you pay for broadcasting,... Read More.

Live Streaming Summit for Radio Broadcasters

Given the current intense competition for High School Sports Video Streaming, radio as an industry must be prepared to enter next Fall's football season ready to entertain and inform their local communities through this new technology. This series of... Read More.

2021 “Broadcasters’ Guide to Advertising in Colorado” Now Available!

One of our most sought after member resources is the annual “Broadcasters’ Guide to Advertising in Colorado.” This guide, prepared by Holland & Hart LLP, provides information on several areas of Colorado advertising law.  Topics include alcohol, marijuana/CBD/Hemp, tobacco, online gambling and non-Federal political... Read More.

Future Broadcasters Presentation Request

The Colorado Broadcasters Association identified a lack of student interest in our industry and a lack of effort, by broadcasters, to educate students about the broadcast industry. In response, the CBA created a Future Broadcasters Committee with a goal of educating students about our industry,... Read More.