NASBA sponsors are important stakeholders in the broadcast industry across every state. We thank them for their continued support.
Without the valuable contributions of the following corporate sponsors, the NASBA Winter Meetings would not have been a success.
AdCellerant is a digital advertising and technology company focused on making quality digital marketing accessible to every business.
AdCellerant achieves this goal by partnering with local marketers, media companies, agencies, and channel sales organizations, helping them leverage AdCellerant’s proprietary advertising software platform, UI.Marketing.
Foremost, BMI strives to educate the public about the need for copyright protection so that the creative ecosystem between art and commerce can continue. In doing this, BMI takes an active role in the public policy conversation on the development of intellectual property rights in the digital age, and partners with leading academic institutions by sending BMI experts as speakers on leading industry panels and seminars.
Radio remains dynamic and relevant media consumed by over 93% of the country’s population on a weekly basis, greater then watch television, or use smartphones, tablets or computers. Given the abundance of new media choices, radio’s total population penetration is extraordinary. Yet while the core of the radio business remains stable, the historical revenue growth patterns have been disrupted and continue to be challenged, especially in large and major markets. Our patented breakthrough technology will play an integral role in helping radio to regain its revenue vitality and its rightful place among advertisers. This is going to help millions of local advertisers reach their customers while helping broadcasters serve their markets with increased service and profitability. It’s exciting, and we’re excited to share our tools!
In addition to representing established telecommunication interests, the firm’s views on policy issues are regularly solicited by the United States Congress and congressional staff, the Federal Communications Commission, and various working groups in the government and private sectors. Our attorneys are active and influential as members and officers in industry associations and frequently participate as speakers, panel members, and study group chairs at industry meetings.
Policy makers in the United States and elsewhere are developing telecommunications regulatory schemes to promote competition, respond to innovations in technology and services, and serve the ever-expanding needs of consumers and businesses. We are committed to ensuring that our clients are successful participants in this rapidly evolving global marketplace.
Media Staffing Network has successfully been placing media professionals since 1993. Our expertise includes broadcast, cable, print, digital, mobile and out of home.
Media Staffing Network specializes in full placement of media sales and management jobs in Radio, TV, magazine, cable, online, digital, mobile and various new media sales jobs on a nationwide basis. We are the only full service search and consulting firm that is focused on media sales jobs across all media.
The vision to spot opportunities where others see only obstacles. A passion for the work matched only by an unshakable dedication to client interests and needs. Preeminent lawyers operating within collaborative teams known for exceptional performance. We are Pillsbury.
The Radio Music License Committee (“RMLC”) represents the interests of the commercial radio industry (some 10,000 commercial radio stations) on music licensing matters. It is structured as a 501(c)(6) non-profit Tennessee corporation based in Nashville. Its Directors, who volunteer to serve without compensation, reflect a diverse group of station owners and management. The RMLC’s staff consists of an Executive Director, William Velez, and a Staff Accountant/Data Manager, Rebekah Freundt.
The Television Music License Committee (TVMLC) is a non-profit trade association that represents full-power, commercial television stations in the United States and its territories in negotiations for music performing rights licenses that stations sign with the two largest Performing Rights Organizations (PRO’s), ASCAP and BMI. We also design the method of allocating industry-wide fees among all of the stations licensed by ASCAP, BMI and SESAC (the vast majority of local television stations), subject to agreement of the PRO or court approval and then we calculate the fees billed to each individual station. After stations sign their individual agreements, we try to help resolve problems between stations and all of the PRO’s. We are the station’s advocate.