In the North Dakota State Legislature, NDBA members are strongly represented by attorney Jack McDonald, NDBA appointed officers and the NDBA Executive Director, Beth A. Helfrich. They tirelessly fight to maintain open meetings and open records, keep taxes off advertising and maintain the legality of advertising all types of products, goods and services.
On the federal level the NDBA Executive Director, Board of Directors, & members work closely with NAB members and the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) to inform our Congressional Delegation on issues of importance to broadcasters. As ND Broadcasters face the challenges and opportunities confronting our industry in 2010, we are here to assist you. With Public affairs programming, issue advocacy, regulatory advice, community service and much more, your NDBA is working on your behalf. From Bismarck to Washington, D.C. your NDBA represents your interests and ensures our elected representatives understand the vital service you provide to their constituents.
Prepare for the Wave of Political Advertising for 2012:
2012 promises to be a banner year for media advertising revenues. By preparing early, ensuring that sales and staff know the rules, staying abreast of legal challenges and decisions, and consulting ND counsel, Jack McDonald email@example.com when needed.
Political Broadcast Catechism Handbooks, 17th edition, are available at www.nab.org
ND Congressional Delegation
U.S. Senator Kent Conrad
Brandon Teachout, Legislative Aide
530 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
701.258.4648: Bismarck phone
202.224.2043: Washington phone
701.258.1254: Bismarck fax
202.224.7776: Washington fax
U.S. Senator John Hoeven
Don Larson, Legislative Aide
U.S. Senate G-11Dirksen Senate Office Building Constitution Ave. & 1st St. NE
Washington, D.C. 20002 Phone: 202-224-2551
U.S. Representative Rick Berg
U.S. House of Representatives
323 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20003
202.225.2611: Washington phone