WASHINGTON, D.C. — On January 1, Curtis LeGeyt took over as the President/CEO of the broadcast media industry’s biggest advocacy and political lobbying organization.
Now in charge of the NAB, LeGeyt is inviting the association’s members to learn more about his vision at a January 20 Town Hall meeting, to be held virtually.
“It is both an exciting and a challenging time for the broadcasting business, and it is the opportunity of a lifetime to advocate on behalf of America’s broadcasters and help fulfill your mission of serving your communities,” LeGeyt said in a letter to NAB members. “This association will continue to work tirelessly for you every day to educate Congress and the FCC on your businesses, and to ensure you have the tools you need to thrive in this rapidly changing marketplace.”
The January 20 event will see LeGeyt offer his thoughts and an outlook for the association, as well as the broadcasting industry, during a Noon ET session. He will be joined by NAB’s policy team. who will give an update on the legislative and regulatory issues impacting the future of local stations and what NAB is doing to support diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in the industry.