2018 Hall of Fame Inductee Greg Davis

Greg Davis, the CEO and president of Davis Broadcasting, Inc., has been selected to be one of the 2018 Georgia Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame inductees. Davis, who founded Davis Broadcasting in 1986, has spent 39 years in broadcasting, most of those in Georgia. He was nominated by former GAB chairman and 2013 hall…

GAB Day at the Capitol

ATLANTA, Ga– The Georgia Association of Broadcasters will hold the second annual, GAB Day at the Capitol on Wednesday, January 31st starting at 8 a.m.  Building off our successful event in 2017, the GAB has arranged an even bigger and better event for this year. The day begins with a light breakfast at 8:00 AM…

E. Lanier Finch Scholarship Winners

Five students have been selected as recipients of the E. Lanier Finch Scholarship, presented by the Georgia Association of Broadcasters: Sommer Stockton (Brenau University) Cheyenne Brown (The University of Georgia) Stanley Miller (The University of Georgia) Donovan Harris (The University of Georgia) Charlotte Norsworthy (The University of Georgia) Register here for the scholarship luncheon The scholarship provides financial assistance to deserving students who will carry on the tradition of excellence in Georgia’s broadcasting industry. The purpose of the scholarship is: To encourage a higher standard of professionalism in the broadcasting industry.…

FCC’s Gary Schonman to Update Election-Year Issues at Winter Institute

An opportunity to get updated on legal issues facing broadcasters in 2018 will kick off the Winter Institute at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication when four experts gather on the panel at “Breakfast with counsel.” With four state-wide offices not returning incumbents in 2018 along with hotly contested primaries anticipated, strong political…

FCC Launches Review of 2017 Hurricane Response

(Courtesy Insideradio.com) For the first time in several years the Atlantic hurricane season tested broadcasters’ abilities to respond to natural disasters. Now the Federal Communications Commissions is taking stock of how it responded to the 2017 season, during which four storms made landfall in the U.S. and its territories. The Public Safety and Homeland Security…