Nebraska Broadcasters Association Donates $25,000 For Tornado Relief


Nebraska Broadcasters To Induct Three Into Hall Of Fame


Video Of Pence Neb. Visit Limited To Sinclair, FNC

The Nebraska Broadcasters Association says the vice president granted exclusive access to his helicopter inspection of flood damage to KPTM Omaha, other Sinclair stations and Fox News rather than making the station’s coverage part of pool coverage. NBA President Jim Timm: “This action significantly handicapped local broadcasters across Nebraska from distributing vital information to the victims of this devastation and to the general public.”


Nebraska Broadcasters Kick Off Flood Relief Efforts

Neb. Broadcasters Assn. Hall Of Fame To Induct 3

The Nebraska Broadcasters Association will welcome Steve Altmaier, Ken Fouts and Kent Pavelka into its Hall of Fame on Aug. 13 in La Vista, during the 85th Annual NBA Convention. […]

Nebraska Broadcasters Donate $5,000 To BFA

The gift is to aid broadcasters impacted by Hurricanes Florence and Michael and is

Neb. Broadcasters To Induct 3 Into Hall Of Fame

The Nebraska Broadcasters Association will welcome Mike Gann, Roger Moody and Dave Otradovsky (Dent) into the NBA Hall of Fame on Aug. 14 in Lincoln during the 84th Annual NBA […]

Bates, Grasz-Hall Join Neb. Bcstrs Hall Of Fame

The Nebraska Broadcasters Association has named Rod Bates and Lynne Grasz-Hall to the association’s Hall of Fame. Bates and Grasz-Hall were inducted in a ceremony on Aug. 13 in Lincoln, […]