Nebraska Broadcasters Association [RG3735.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG3735.AM:  Nebraska Broadcasters Association



Records:  1971-1982

Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska:  Trade organization

Size:  0.75 cu.ft.; 1 box



BACKGROUND NOTE



Originally formed in 1934 as the Missouri Valley Broadcasters Association, the organization changed the name to Nebraska Broadcasters Association (NBA) in 1936.  The purpose of the organization was to promote the best interests of the radio and television broadcast industry in Nebraska.  The NBA continues to work towards this purpose by optimizing the business and regulatory environment in which the broadcast industry operates.  The NBA also strives to increase respect and credibility of broadcasting in the state and helps individual broadcast stations to better serve the public.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



The collection consists of one box of records relating to the Nebraska Broadcasters Association.  Included in the collection are materials relating to yearly service award entries dating from 1974 to 1977.  Also included are annual convention booklets, 1964-1974, and NBA newsletters dating from 1971 to 1982.



Note:  See the moving image [RG3735.MI] and audio [RG3735.AU] components for related materials.



INVENTORY



Box 1

Folder




    1. 1974 Ak-Sar-Ben Community Services Awards entries

    1. 1974 Ak-Sar-Ben Service to Agriculture Awards entries

    1. 1975 Ak-Sar-Ben Community Service Awards entries

    1. 1975 Ak-Sar-Ben Service to Agriculture Awards entries

    1. 1976 Ak-Sar-Ben Community Service Awards entries

    1. 1976 Ak-Sar-Ben Service to Agriculture Awards entries

    1. 1977 Ak-Sar-Ben Community Service Awards Radio entries

    1. 1977 Ak-Sar-Ben Community Service Awards TV entries

    1. 1977 Ak-Sar-Ben Service to Agriculture Awards entries

    1. NBA Annual Convention booklets, 1964-1974

    1. NBA Newsletter, 1971

    1. NBA Newsletter, 1972

    1. NBA Newsletter, 1973

    1. NBA Newsletter, 1974

    1. NBA Newsletter, 1975

    1. NBA Newsletter, 1976

    1. NBA Newsletter, 1977

    1. NBA Newsletter, 1978

    1. NBA Newsletter, 1979

    1. NBA Newsletter, 1980

    1. NBA Modulator newsletter, 1981

    1. NBA Modulator newsletter, 1982



 



Subject headings:



Broadcasting — Nebraska

Nebraska Broadcasters Association

Radio broadcasting — Nebraska

Television broadcasting — Nebraska

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