Nebraska Broadcasters Association

President/Executive Director

The Nebraska Broadcasters Association represents the interests of nearly all of the television and radio stations in the Nebraska State Legislature, the United States congress, and various other legislative/regulatory bodies and the public.   Since 1934, the NBA has worked to ensure the best interests of its members are represented before these bodies and the public.

In addition to its lobbying efforts, the NBA offers a variety of services to help Nebraska’s broadcaster to better serve their communities such as sales and staff training, FCC and legal guidance, the Alternative Broadcast Inspection Program (ABIP), EEO, EAS, the Nebraska Amber Alert Program, Media of Nebraska, and the recognition of excellence through the NBA Awards of Excellence and the NBA Hall of Fame.

The President/Executive Director provides leadership, direction and administration of all aspects of the NBA.  This person serves as the chief executive of the Association in accordance with the association by-laws, policies and directives, and the active management of the affairs of the Association.  She/he recommends and participates in the formulation of new policies and programs and makes decisions within existing policies as approved by the Board of Directors.  This person also advocates on behalf of broadcasters to various constituencies including educators, the general public, and state and federal officials in political and regulatory matters. 


Within limits of the by-laws and policies, the President/Executive Director is responsible for and has authority to accomplish the duties set forth below:




The President/Executive Director must be a seasoned industry professional with management experience in broadcasting, non-profit organizations or related field with the demonstrated ability to professionally represent groups or the organization to diverse audiences.

Interested parties should send a letter of application and current resume to: 

Please include the word “application” in the subject line.  Only .pdf files or Word or Word compatible documents are acceptable. 

Review of applications will begin on February 1, 2014 and continue until a candidate is hired.

The Nebraska Broadcasters Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer.