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Consider the world of teenagers in the United States. Teens are talked
about, studied, marketed to, worried over, and blamed for almost everything.
They are usually asked for their thoughts only in times of crisis or
when there is money to be made from them.
Teenagers actually have a lot to say, and they want to be heard. Now
there is a vibrant movement underway to give young people unmediated
access to the airwaves. Currently there are close to 100 programs working
with high school-age youth and training them in the art and technique
of producing radio. Teenagers are writing and reporting the news, creating audio theater, crafting features and documentaries, telling stories, playing music, and much more.
The Community Radio Youth web site provides information about NFCB's
National Youth in Radio Training Project, Let
a Thousand Voices Speak, the NFCB youth manual, and Get
Set to Stream!, the NFCB Streaming Manual which was written
specifically for youth programs.
Letter to Membership - Aug. 2013
NFCB Board announces 2013 Bader Award winner
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NFCB Announces 2013 Volunteer of the Year
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2011/2012 NFCB Audit and 990 Report
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2013 Chart Comparing SoundExchange Agreements for Streaming
NFCB Group Buy on Mobile Apps
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[Click here for Comparison Chart]
Editorial Integrity for Public Media
Check out the Code of Editorial Integrity and more. What do you think of this?
IRS Rules on Election Year Activities
NFCB 2011 Financial Statement
Appointment of Members to the Re-Chartered FCC Diversity Committee
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Local Public File Webinar Slides and Checklist
170 Million Americans for Public Broadcasting! Campaign
Guide to SoundExchange Reporting, prepared by Spinitron
[Click here to download]
Get On The Air and Stay There is now available for download
A guide to building and maintaining a non-commercial educational community radio station.
Streaming Copyright Basics
from Melodie Virtue at
Garvey Schubert Barer
[Click here (121kb PDF)]
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