Welcome to the Kansas Association of Broadcasters

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"

Click on the power point above and learn more about how Kansas broadcasters serve their communities in so many ways.


Grover Cobb Memorial Restoration


This memorial to the founder of the KAB is in disrepair, and thanks to students from Kansas State University, we have a new design.  If you would like to learn more about this project on the K-State campus, and how you can help, please look at this power point.


2017 Kansas Broadcasting Hall of Fame Inductees

Sam Elliott (Posthumously)

(Also Distinguished Service Award)

 Marlena Adkison, Topeka

 Bill "Ray" Rowson, Salina



To view all of the Hall of Fame members staring in 1969, please click HERE


KAB Broadcast Scholarship Program - click HERE for information and an application

The KAB  partners with P1Learning, a leading sales training company, to provide members FREE training.                                     

Click here for a two minute video introduction


Attn:  Radio Stations

  Click here to download NCSAs

Click here to download PSAs


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 HERE


The U.S. 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 Freedom of Speech Week