Category: October 2016

Traffic Director Spotlight: Dustin Schwartz (WSAE-FM/Spring Harbor)

Nominate a Traffic Director you know!  Email Jamie White at [email protected] Dustin Schwartz is Coordinator of Sales & Promotions for WSAE-FM (106.9 Dustin has been in traffic for 1 year. Q1: What is your favorite comfort food? Dustin: Egg drop soup. Q2: Which Superhero would you be, and why? Dustin:  Judge Dredd, because he’s the epitome of… read more

2017 Michigan Student Broadcast Awards

Information has been sent to educational institutions across Michigan and is available on the MAB website about the 2017 Michigan Student Broadcast Awards.  If you are a teacher, advisor or professor, please make sure to post the information for your students and help them to participate in this year’s awards program. Students can submit work… read more

Broadcasting Career Builder Conference 2016

Broadcasting Career Builder Conference (BCBC) is in November! Make sure your students know about and plan to attend this important career building conference. DATE & LOCATION Friday, November 18 Eagle Eye Golf Club & Conference Center, Bath, MI 8:00am-4:00pm Early registration is only $20 until November 4! ($35 after November 4) BCBC 2016 will feature new… read more

Congress Amends Communications Act and Passes FCC Reform Bills

According to a report in AllAccess, Congress has passed an amended Communications Act, which includes two FCC reform bills. These are: the FCC Process Reform Act (H.R. 2583), and the FCC Consolidated Reporting Act (H.R. 734). House Communications and Technology Subcommittee Chairman Greg Walden (R-OR) said, “This legislation is further evidence of our dedication to… read more

The Robinson Report: Find It

Editor’s Note: The views and opinions of this article do not necessarily reflect those of the MAB. Contact the MAB for information on the MAB’s official editorial policy. By: Kevin Robinson Robinson Media “Discovery is seeing what everybody else has seen, and thinking what nobody else has thought.”  -Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, Hungarian physiologist Sometimes it’s right… read more