Pioneering Broadcast Engineer Lee P. Steele Dies at 79

Lee P. Steele had nerves of steel when it came to trying something new. As Chief Engineer at WBIS in Bristol in 1966,
Steele assembled the stations transmitter that was purchased as a kit. While impressive, Lee will always
be remembered as a helpful mentor and friend. Tributes

The Connecticut Broadcasters Association advocates to protect our members ability to serve their communities, help broadcasters understand the complex and ever-changing regulations on our industry, and we provide special interest and management seminars year round.



CBA President Michael Ryan was joined by CBA Board members Sulma Avenacio of Entravision, Kristin Okesson of Connoisseur Media, Kathy Browne of Entercom, and Rich Graziano of WTNH at the NAB`s State Leadership Conference in Washington, DC.

Provoked by public contempt, RTDNA takes First Amendment fight to the states


 Dan Shelley, RTDNA Executive Director

Local journalists are reckoning with a new reality: The greatest threat to working in journalism is public contempt for us as a workforce.
Once diplomatic dislike for our work from some viewers, listeners and readers has grown to a substantial loss of trust in the media. This crisis of trust has opened the door to bi