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The annual "Best in Broadcasting" awards program allows our broadcasters to strut their stuff with other broadcasters!


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The 2022 ISBA "Best in Broadcasting" Awards Reception

Gather all your fellow broadcasters, staff and family and come together (yes together again!!!) Saturday, August 6th at The Inn at 500 / 500 Capital Blvd, Boise, ID for the annual "Best in Broadcasting" Awards Reception and Show!
It's been 2 long years since we've been able to hang out in one room and enjoy each others company...so lets make the most of it!
Registration opens at 5:30p at the event, with the reception and show starting at 6P.  Tickets are $30 per person and includes buffet dinner and 2 drink tickets.
Join us as we celebrate all the winning entries, there was definately some amazing talent in all the entries! 


Congratulations to ALL of the 3rd, 2nd and 1st place winners in this years Best in Broadcasting ISBA awards program.  With all the challenges of this past year, the entries showed off how spectacular and informative local broadcasting in the state of Idaho was.

This years decision to stream the show was a hard one to make, but in the end, the video has posted over 1000 views!

Click here if you'd like to view the show again.  Here are the rough times of when each segment starts in the video:

Governor Brad Little's message to the broadcasters:  :55 seconds.  Lifetimes Acheivement Awards: Ken Ritchie & KJ Mac: 2:55.  Division A: News and Public Affairs: 9:29.  Division B: Local Commercial Production: 22:39.  Division C: Entertainment Programing: 26:00.  Division D: Best Station Promotion: 28:41

The ISBA would like to thank Tom Frazee & Nancy Roche for their continued hard work with Best in Media for providing our awards platform, and this year producing all the segments in the online awards show

Click here for a complete list of all the winners in this years program.  Again, congratulations for great work.

Participating in the NCSA Program for Radio and TV

ISBA Non-Commercial Sustaining Announcement Program (NCSA)
The NCSA program is designed to help organizations that operate in the public interest, such as non-profits and state agencies, get their messages heard in an organized manner. Here's how it works:
  • A non-profit or government agency funds the ISBA to distribute their public education message. 
  • The agency provides pre-recorded spots that the ISBA distributes to its member stations. 
  • The agency then receives advertising time donated by ISBA broadcast stations. 
  • Station affidavits confirm when and where the message has aired.

Go to the TELEVISION NCSA Placement and Affidavit documents as well as downloadable media here

Go to the RADIO NCSA Placement and Affidavit documents as well as downloadable media here

More about Getting Your Message Out Through the NCSA Program

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