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Station Membership Grows at NAB
Washington, DC - May 19, 2010 - The National Association of Broadcasters has added 90 radio and television stations as members of the organization. Among the new members is Virginia Beach-based Max Media, which owns or operates 44 radio and television stations in 10 states and Puerto Rico.
Other radio and television station groups to recently join the NAB include: Communications Corporation of America, Lafayette, LA; Boswell Broadcasting, Kosciusko, MS; Brothers Broadcasting, Rensselaer, IN; Eagle's Nest, Roanoke, AL; KSBJ Educational, Humble, TX; Living Faith Broadcasting, Abingdon, VA; Neuhoff Communications, Jupiter, FL; and White Knight Broadcasting, Lafayette, LA.
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