A proposal to change the way the US manages visas for foreign journalists threatens to seriously jeopardise the exercise of journalistic freedom. NABA, along with many other organizations, urges the Department of Homeland Security to drop this proposal.
The Next-Gen Radio Working Group of the NABA Radio Committee has created this document to address thoughts about the North American radio industry, including major issues facing practitioners in Canada, Mexico, and the United States.
Read the document here.
The DPP, the media industry’s business network, in collaboration with the North American Broadcasters Association (NABA) and the Advanced Media Workflow Association (AMWA) is delighted to announce the adoption of AMWA AS-11 X9: MXF Program Contribution – NABA DPP HD (AVC), by broadcaster PBS. PBS is a member of all three organisations.
The North American Broadcasters Association (NABA) is thrilled to announce that Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, has joined as a new Affiliate Member. Headquartered in Montreal, QC, Grass Valley has been in the broadcast business for more than 60 years and is the number one player in content and media technology.
The World Broadcasting Unions (WBU) developed cyber security recommendations based on the original work by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and North American Broadcasting Association (NABA) which reflect the performance aspirations of both organizations in media vendors’ systems, software and services.
These recommendations are intended to create a dialogue with media vendors with the goal of achieving more consistent and effective compliance with cyber security best practices.
Read the full document here: WBU Cyber Security Recommendations