Category: January 2022

SEJ Announces Diversity Fellowships for Journalists

The Society of Environmental Journalists and The Uproot Project are partnering to offer diversity fellowships (worth up to $2000) to support journalists’ attendance at #SEJ2022 in Houston. Conference Diversity Fellowships will provide: Complimentary SEJ one-year membership/renewal, if eligible ($70 value) Complimentary member-rate registration for #SEJ2022 inclusive of ticketed events ($550 value) Up to five (5)… read more

MAB-PAC: Help Us Help You!

It’s early January and an election year. Many lawmakers will be running for another term. There will also be a large group of first timers who will run and win a coveted seat in the Michigan House or Senate. The MAB Political Action Committee (MABPAC) needs to reach these candidates for political office. We need… read more

Free MAB Political Dollars Webinar February 2

  Mark your calendars to attend your MAB’s FREE “From Influence to Impact: Putting More Political Ad Dollars on Your Books” webinar on Wednesday, February 2nd at 12:10 Eastern, 11:10 Central, hosted by Revenue Development Resources President Mark Levy. While he has to speak about them briefly, know that this is NOT a rules and… read more

Great Lakes Media Show to go Digital in 2022!

From MAB President/CEO Sam Klemet: The Michigan Association of Broadcasters’ primary mission is to support our members and provide opportunities to learn and grow. And no event gives Michigan broadcasters a greater opportunity to collaborate and learn as an industry like the annual Great Lakes Media Show. This year’s event is slated for March 2-3… read more

WDET Teams Up with MSU with new Podcast

WDET-FM (Detroit) has teamed up with Michigan State University’s Science Gallery to present a 10-episode podcast series titled “Tracked and Traced.”  The series is named after the science gallery’s 10 week exhibit, which also explored themes of surveillance.  New episodes released every other week, starting early 2022. Hosted by Natasha T Miller and Antajuan Scott and… read more

FCC Plans to Adopt Two Minor Changes to its Political Broadcasting Rules – What is Being Changed?

By: David Oxenford, Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP The FCC, at its January 27 monthly open meeting, will be voting on the adoption of two relatively minor changes to its political broadcasting rules.  While some press reports suggested that the changes would expand the FCC’s jurisdiction into online political advertising, in fact the draft of the FCC’s Report… read more