The Louisiana Association is the only statewide organization that offers these valuable services, as well as networking opportunities, to its members.
FCC Washington Enforcement Bureau has agreed that it will not conduct a random inspection of your station for three years if you participate in ABIP.
To assist Louisiana radio and television stations who have suffered financially as a result of man-made disasters or acts of nature.
The LAB Ballroom is a hidden jewel of downtown Baton Rouge. From corporate training to private parties, you will want to come see for yourself.
LAB is a recognized distributor of 2021 Press IDs for member stations. Press IDs are sold at a reduced rate and and can be purchased on our website.
RTDNA has developed a series of coverage guidelines to assist with both common and uncommon ethical and operational situations which may arise.
The LAB Annual Convention is the premier educational and networking conference for radio, television and media professionals in the deep south.
LAB awards two $4,000 scholarships to full-time Louisiana broadcast college students to help further their career in the broadcasting industry.
LAB recognizes individuals in radio and television broadcasting for outstanding service and achievement during his or her lifetime.
The Prestige Awards is sponsored annually by LAB to recognize outstanding achievements by Louisiana broadcasters.
LAB Student Workshop and Job Fair invites all college students interested in television or radio broadcasting for learning and networking opportunities.
To assist Louisiana high school and university mass communications students further their knowledge of the broadcast industry.
LAB provides information and resources regarding the Emergency Alert System such as the State Plan, schedules, ETRS, DIRS, disaster planning and more.
LAB is a sole source provider of distributing NCSAs via radio and television to all markets within the state of Louisiana through its PEP program.
LAB understands our members are committed to public service. We offer a set of guidelines for stations gain community relationships and exposure.
Mark your calendars to spend “Third Thursdays with the LAB” each month throughout 2021. Webinars are free to LAB members.