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Chairman’s Message, Feb. 2023

Chairman’s Message Justin Fluke, KNZA Radio Group HiawathaGreetings Broadcast Friends, I hope your first month of 2023 has been a successful start. And if you had a new year’s resolution,... Read More

FCC Extends Due Date for Annual Children’s Programming Reports, February 1 License Renewals, and all online public file uploads

The FCC just issued the Public Notice which is attached, extending the deadlines for all filings that were due to be made next week in the FCC’s LMS or online... Read More

KAB Fights for Broadcasters’ Streaming Rights

              Yesterday, KAB Chairman and owner of KNZA Radio Group Justin Fluke and KAB President Allison Mazzei testified in the state legislature to fight... Read More

Deadline for Annual EEO Public File Report is Feb. 1

  February 1 is the deadline for broadcast stations licensed to communities in Kansas to place their Annual EEO Public File Report in their Public Inspection File and post the... Read More

How the year-end omnibus appropriations package affects broadcasters

In late December, NAB Executive Vice President of Government Relations Shawn Donilon shared the following update on the year-end omnibus appropriations package and outlines it affects broadcasters. “While numerous NAB... Read More

KAB Provides EAS Cybersecurity Joint Comments

In the Matter of Protecting the Nation’s Communications Systems from Cybersecurity Threats, PS Dockets 22-329, 15-94 and 15-91 (filed December 23, 2022).  Your Association, in combination with the state broadcasters... Read More

Deadline to enter for Pay Your Way 2023 is Dec. 9

For a second year, the Kansas Association of Broadcasters will provide funding for 10 broadcasters to attend the NAB Show in Las Vegas this October! KAB is allotting $2,000 for... Read More

KAB Files Urges FCC to Review Fee Assessment Process 

Your KAB has signed 50-state letter asking the FCC to amend its regulatory fees assessment process. State broadcast associations have previously explained that the Commission’s legacy system for allocating regulatory... Read More

KAB signs JCPA 50-State Letter

NAB is sending a letter on Tuesday, November 29 when the Senate comes back into session. The letter is to make a strong push to include the Journalism Competition and... Read More