May 20, 2015 | Newsroom

May 20, 2015 / TORONTO, Canada – We are most pleased to welcome Pearl TV as a new Associate Member of the North American Broadcasters Association. Pearl TV, a partnership of U.S. broadcast companies with more than 170 network-affiliated TV stations, now joins other North American national broadcasters, regional networks, and specialty service broadcasters in defining, debating, and suggesting solutions to the myriad of issues and challenges broadcasters face globally. We look forward to Pearl playing an active role with NABA’s various Committees and Working Groups, particularly with their expertise on spectrum matters and also with developing transition strategies on the Next Generation of Television. Pearl TV brings to NABA a wealth of experience from America’s television station operators and this expertise will help us all in meeting the spectrum challenges for broadcasters in North America and in implementing the Next Generation Television services. Their membership comes at a very important time in our history and I welcome their participation. -Michael McEwen, Director-General, NABA

The NABA Board of Directors enthusiastically welcomes their membership.


About NABA:

NABA is a non-profit association of the most influential broadcasting organizations throughout North America committed to advancing the interests of broadcasters at home and internationally. Network broadcasters, both public and private, in the United States, Mexico, and Canada, work together to provide a common voice for the North American broadcast community. As a member of the World Broadcasting Unions (WBU), NABA creates the opportunity for North American broadcasters to share information, identify common interests, and reach consensus on issues of an international nature. NABA provides representation for North American broadcasters in global forums on topics including journalism issues, protection of content, spectrum- related concerns, the territorial integrity of broadcasters’ signals, and digital transmission issues. For further information about NABA, please visit