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Tuesday, August 25 - 2pm to 4pm Eastern
MSU Campus or ONLINE!!
We have just confirmed the final sessions for the MAB/MABF Advocacy Conference on August 18 at Shanty Creek Resorts. Register today to hear from these outstanding speakers!
CyberSecurity: What Broadcasters Need to Know
presented by Mike Rogers
Mike Rogers currently hosts a nationally syndicated radio show “Something to Think About” on Westwood One and is a CNN National Security Commentator. He was the U.S. Representative for Michigan's 8th congressional district from 2001–2015 and was Chairman of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
FCC Update with Matthew Berry
Join FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai's Chief of Staff Matthew Berry as he speaks about the latest happenings at the FCC and their plans for the future.
2015 Political Update
featuring: Rick Albin, WOOD-TV; Bill Ballenger & Susan Demas, Inside Michigan Politics; Rob Elhenicky, Kelley Cawthorne; Chuck Stokes, WXYZ-TV; and Rick Pluta, Michigan Public Radio Network.
Join top leaders and analysts as they discuss the current state of the political environment in Michigan.
Tuesday, August 4 - 2pm to 4pm Eastern
MSU Campus or ONLINE!!
Join the MAB and MAB Foundation in celebrating the outstanding people in our industry during the Advocacy Conference and MAB Annual Meeting August 18-19 at Shanty Creek Resorts in Bellaire, MI.
The 4-H recruitment campaign is our newest Public Education Partner. If you think you know 4-H? Think again, because Michigan 4-H offers a diverse range of programs in suburban, urban and rural areas across the state. Programs like 4-H Tech Wizards which operates in metro-Detroit offers small-group mentoring opportunities with a focus on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills are available in rural and urban areas. They offer Urban Framing in Wayne County and a multitude of other programs.
Youth are searching for answers to their questions every day. Participating in Michigan 4-H cam help young people figure out answers to some of these little questions and they will not be alone.
We urge stations to consider featuring their local 4-H clubs in community affairs programs or cover their activities in a “Good News” segment of their local news. Broadcasters could place the news release or a plea for leaders and participants on their websites. Radio could have some of the young people or leaders as guests on the morning talk show or interview a leader in one of the radio news breaks.
The MAB Partnership with 4-H can help change the lives of young people in Michigan by encouraging them to get involved with a local 4-H club. Who knows, some may even become future broadcasters.
Keep track of anything you do with your local 4-H clubs concerning career outreach. It may meet some of your “other” activities in the FCC - EEO requirements.
Let’s help Michigan 4-H tackle its mission to gain more volunteer and youth involvement in their organization. The goal is to expand its reach to 20 percent of the state’s youth population by the year 2020.
For more information about joining Michigan 4-H, becoming a 4-H volunteer or Michigan 4-H in general visit http://4h.msue.msu.edu/. To get in contact with a local 4-H club call Mariah Montenegro at 517-884-7080. Look for 4-H :15 and :30 TV PSAs to download and air here.