Management

Support your station and your staff

Your OAB membership supports your station in serving your local community.  The OAB provides tools and resources for all parts of your station operations in three primary areas:  advocacy, compliance and training.

Most of these benefits are available at no additional cost for staff at OAB member stations. However, a member login is required. To access these resources login or create an account.

 


 

Advocacy: The OAB defends and promotes the interests of Ohio broadcasters at the federal and state levels.

  • Advocate on key issues of importance to radio and television stations with the Ohio Congressional delegation.
  • Monitor FCC rulemakings and file comments in proceedings where appropriate.
  • Organize Capitol Hill and district meetings for OAB members with our Congressional delegation.
  • Monitor legislation in Ohio General Assembly that impacts broadcasters.

 


 

Compliance: The OAB helps you stay current on federal and state rules and regulations impacting your station.

 


 

Training: The OAB offers relevant training from trusted industry experts across multiple disciplines.

 


 

Additional Business Services: The OAB provides other benefits that help you support your employees.  You can:

  • Discover the best talent for your station with unlimited free job postings on the OAB job board.
  • Ensure your job candidates are the right fit before you hire with free candidate assessment resources.
  • Stay current on the issues and trends impacting your advertising clients with the weekly Insight Edge e-newsletter.
  • Save on your workers’ comp premiums by participating in the OAB’s group rating program.
  • Support station employees and their children by encouraging participation in the OAB Kids scholarship.

2021 Engineering Conference – Nov. 17, 2021

The OAB, Indiana Broadcasters Association and the Kentucky Broadcasters Association welcome broadcast engineers and multimedia professionals to join us at the Greater Columbus Convention Center on Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021, for the Midwest Broadcast and Multimedia Technology Conference.

Your engineering and IT staff won’t want to miss this full-day learning and networking experience designed especially with broadcast engineers in mind.