CANCELLATION: The annual Student Seminar, scheduled for April 7, has been cancelled and won't be rescheduled. All Educators should watch for an email regarding the Student Awards Competition results and options for getting those awards from us. Thank you.
KAB Mission KAB's mission is to provide professional lobbying
and governmental representation, efficient communication and effective recruiting,
education and training for Kansas broadcasters, and to promote free over-the-air
broadcasting for the purpose of enhancing the success of Kansas broadcasters and
helping them better serve the people of Kansas.
"We Are Broadcasters"
on the power point above and learn more about how Kansas broadcasters serve their
communities in so many ways.
KAB President/Executive Director to Retire - Job Posted
Kent Cornish, who has served as President since January 1, 2008 has announced his retirement for later this spring. He informed the Board of his intentions in January and his desire to spend more time with his wife, children and grandchildren. Kent spent over 40 years in Kansas broadcasting, beginning with WIBW TV and Radio in Topeka in 1975, with later stops at WDAF TV in Kansas City, KTKA TV in Topeka and KSAS TV in Wichita before accepting his current position at the KAB. Along the way, Cornish earned various honors and served on the boards of numerous community organizations.
KAB Board Chairman Brad Moses said in his announcement to the membership, "Although I'm glad Kent will have more time with his family, I know he will be a tough act to follow. Thank you Kent for years of stellar service to our Association! Your Board is committed to finding the best person to take the baton from Kent and continue the excellent service we've all come to expect."
To see the complete job description, qualifications, and how to apply for the position please click HERE.
2019 Kansas Broadcasting Hall of Fame Inductees
To view all of the Hall of Fame members staring in 1969, please click HERE
Grover Cobb Memorial Restoration
October 17, 2017, the KAB and KAB Foundation rededicated the Grover
Cobb Memorial, located under the historic tower on the K-State campus.
The original memorial to legendary broadcaster Grover Cobb was dedicated
in October 1975, but through the years had fallen into disrepair.
Thanks to many wonderful people and organizations, funds were raised to
reconstruct the site using the creative designs of students in the
K-State Landscape Architecture department and a new plaque, seating and
study tables were added.
KAB Broadcast Scholarship Program - click
HERE for information and an applicationThe KAB partners with
P1Learning, a leading sales training company, to provide members FREE training.
for a two minute video introduction
The Broadcast Foundation of America - Their mission is to improve
the quality of life and maintain the personal dignity of men and women in the broadcast
profession who find themselves in acute need. The Foundation reaches out across
the country to identify and provide an anonymous safety net in cases of critical
illness, advanced age, death of a spouse, accident and other serious misfortune.
To learn more about the BFA click
Bill of Rights is
available here as a reminder to all of some of the many advantages to being
a U.S. Citizen.
"Congress shall make
no law … abridging the freedom of speech..." , part of the First Amendment
in the Bill of Rights, is commemorated each year during
of Speech Week