Wednesday is a day to appreciate the folks who work on your tower.
NATE: The Communications Infrastructure Contractors Association has declared May 5 to be Tower Technician Appreciation Day “to pay tribute to the important work that communications infrastructure technicians conduct on a daily basis to enable a connected world.”
The proclamation highlights tower technicians for their skill sets, big responsibilities and demanding work environments.
In the tower biz, a lot of attention is paid to work supporting 5G, broadband infrastructure and emergency alerting. But of course tower techs serve broadcasters as well.
Gordon Smith, the president/CEO of the National Association of Broadcasters, joined in the appreciation.
“NAB salutes America’s tower technicians whose work is critical to the operation of broadcast radio and television stations. The particular skill set required, including working under dangerous conditions, is vitally important in preserving broadcasting’s uniquely local and resilient platform on which consumers and communities rely,” he said in a statement released by NATE.
The social media hashtag to use is #TowerTechAppreciationDay.
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