NAB town hall discusses AM radio advocacy, FCC ownership reform, and more.

The National Association of Broadcasters held its second virtual town hall meeting of the year on September 28 to discuss its policy goals, answer member questions, and provide updates on key industry initiatives. NAB President and CEO Curtis LeGeyt and Executive Vice President of Industry Affairs April Carty-Sipp led the discussion, which covered a wide range of topics, including AM radio advocacy, FCC ownership reform, NAB educational resources, and NAB Show New York. The NAB town hall meeting provided NAB members with valuable insights into the association’s policy priorities and its work to advance the broadcasting industry.