Muir Named NY Broadcaster Of The Year

ABC World News Tonight anchor David Muir will be honored at the New York State Leadership and Hall of Fame Luncheon on Oct. 18 at the Javits Center in New York City.

NY Broadcasters Add 5 To Hall Of Fame

The board of directors of the New York State Broadcasters Association will induct its Hall of Fame Class of 2018 at its New York Leadership and Hall of Fame Luncheon during the NAB Show NY.  The luncheon will take place at noon on Thursday, Oct. 18, at the Jacob Javits Center in NYC. David Donovan, President […]

3 Added To NY Broadcasters Hall Of Fame

The New York State Broadcasters Association inducted three broadcasters into the group’s Hall of Fame on Oct. 19 at the Javits Center in New York City. David Donovan, NYSBA president said: “We are honored to induct [l-r] Sandy Beach, Janet Lomax and Art McFarland into the NYSBA Hall of Fame. They represent the best in our profession. They serve as the ‘gold standard’ for those entering broadcasting. Throughout their careers they have demonstrated a commitment to serve their local communities. It is our privilege to have them enter the NYSBA Hall of Fame.”

NY Broadcasters To Induct 3 Into Hall Of Fame

The board of directors of the New York State Broadcasters Association, Inc. has selected three broadcasters for induction into the NYSBA Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will take place during our New York Broadcast Leadership and Hall of Fame Luncheon during the NAB/Show New York on Thursday, Oct. 19, at the Javits Center in New […]

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WWNY Honored By New York Broadcasters

NYSB Inducts Duffy, Glickman, Musial, Scott, Others

The New York State Broadcasters will hold its 52nd Summer Conference at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City under the theme “Generation Competition” and the state’s radio and television stations will be honored for excellence in broadcasting.  Conference agenda highlights include: Sen. Charles Schumer has been selected as the group’s “2014 New Yorker […]

New York State Broadcasters Present Awards

The New York State Broadcasters Association (NYSBA) recognized outstanding achievement among New York’s radio and television stations at this week’s 47th Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting. The honors were handed out at The Sagamore Resort Hotel in Bolton Landing. Competing against TV and radio stations from the Big Apple, WPIX-TV received honors for “Outstanding Hard […]

Seth Meyers Among NYSBA Conference Keynoters

“Competing in the Chaos” is the theme of this year’s New York State Broadcasters Association’s annual executive conference. Scheduled for June 24-25 at the Sagamore Resort Hotel in Bolton Landing, N.Y., the convention will honor Seth Meyers of NBC’s Saturday Night Live, who will receive its Broadcaster of the Year Award. Peter King, a member […]

N.Y. Broadcasters Name Hall Of Fame Inductees

The New York State Broadcasters Association announced the addition of six inductees into the New York State Broadcasters Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will take place in New York City on Nov. 1. “On behalf of the Board of Directors, I am honored to announce the Class of 2012,” said David Donovan, president of […]

Norville To Receive NYSBA Carol Reilly Award

The New York State Broadcasters Association (NYSBA) today announced that veteran journalist Deborah Norville will receive the Carol M. Reilly Award at the Tony Malara Awards Dinner, which will serve as the opening event of the NYSBA’s Executive Conference June 27-28 at the Sagamore Resort on Lake George. The award, which honors the memory of […]

NYSBA Sets Annual Conference Agenda

Highlights of the June 27-28 gathering at Sagamore Resort include awards for excellence in broadcasting, Hall of Fame induction ceremonies and a presentation by Fox Business News’ Neil Cavuto.

Donovan To Succeed Reilly As NYSBA Chief

David Donovan, who is counting down his last days as president of the Association for Maximum Service Television, will succeed the retiring Joe Reilly as president of the New York State Broadcasters Association. Last November Reilly announced that he was retiring effective June 30. Donovan was in need of a new job after MSTV agreed to merge into the NAB in March. For the new job, Donovan will be moving from Washington to Albany, N.Y.