For The Public
From Cleveland rock to Cincinnati chili, from the Glass City to the Rubber City and all the cities, towns and villages in between, radio and TV broadcasters connect over 11 million Ohioans.
Live and Local
From small towns to bustling cities, Ohio’s radio and television stations make a difference in their communities through programming and community service that’s live, local and innovative.
Supporting Ohio’s Broadcasters and the Communities they Serve for more than 75 years.
No matter how times change, the Ohio Association of Broadcasters works hard to protect the ability of free over-the-air radio and TV stations to operate their businesses and serve their local communities.
Established in 1937, OAB is one of the nation’s oldest state broadcast associations.
With more than 300 commercial and non-commercial stations as members, the OAB advocates on behalf of Ohio’s broadcast industry in Washington, D.C. and in Columbus.
The OAB also offers services and support that members won’t find anywhere else — including legal and engineering hotlines, FCC compliance resources, a range of training opportunities, and much more.
Consider joining the OAB and start taking advantage of our many services today.