Will be presented with the award during a gala event in March.
Funds to assist with broadcasters that experienced illness or unforeseen disaster.
Bill Clark was presented with the Lowry Mays Award for Excellence in Broadcasting.
Board members represent a wide array of broadcast and broadcast-related companies.
The Broadcasters Foundation of America has established the Joseph M. Bilotta Memorial Fund in honor of the veteran broadcaster who died in Connecticut on Friday, May 29, from pancreatic cancer at the age of 69,
The score under par wasn’t the important number at the recent Broadcasters Foundation of America’s annual Celebrity Golf Tournament, as the organization announced it raised $250,000 to help broadcasters in need.
The Broadcasters Foundation of America is offering a helping hand to broadcasters that have been hit by Hurricane Harvey.
The Broadcasters Foundation of America voted on some new additions to its board of directors during a recent board meeting.
The Broadcasters Foundation of America has made its decision on who will be the recipient for the 2017 Lowry Mays Excellence in Broadcasting Award, tapping Jeffrey H. Smulyan, founder and chairman of the board of Emmis Communications Corporation, for the honor.
There will be a spot reserved for Bill Hoffman, Cox Media Group president, at the Golden Mike Award dinner in February, as the Broadcasters Foundation of America will award him with its 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Broadcasters Foundation of America has named Paul Karpowicz, president of Meredith Corporation’s Local Media Group, as the 2017 recipient of its Golden Mike Award, which is presented annually during the organizations black-tie fundraiser for providing aid to broadcasters in need.